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icksburg,  Va. ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
March  i,  1863;  mustered  out  June  12,  1863, 
at  Falmouth,  Va. ;  enrolled  and  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
January  28  1864;  wounded  in  action,  Au- 
gust 14,  1864,  at  Strawberry  Plains,  Va. ; 
captured  on  picket,  October  30,  1864;  pa- 
roled, no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  February  16,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Alex- 
andria, Va. ;  not  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain,  Febru- 
ary 9,  1865,  with  rank  from  October  17, 
1864,  vice  B.  S.  O'Neil,  killed  in  action. 

MEAGHER,  JOHN,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B, 
August  19,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  De- 
cember 13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ; 
promoted  Corporal,  Company  A,  June  12, 
1863 ;  transferred  to  Company  F,  in  Janu- 
ary or  February,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant, 
April  20,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  December  I,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  April  2,  1865 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Alex- 
andria, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, October  31,  1864,  with  rank  from 
September  I,  1864,  original. 

MILLIKEN,  ROBERT  H.,  age  40  years; 
enrolled  October  3,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  October 
30,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
September  17,  1862;  mustered  out,  June 
12,  1863,  near  Falmouth,  Va. ;  enrolled 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  G, 
February  15,  1864;  wounded  in  action, 
June  3,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at 
Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  27,  1861,  original ;  First 
Lieutenant,  January  22,  1863,  with  rank 
from  September  17,  1862,  vice  J.  H.  Dono- 
van, promoted ;  Captain,  February  15,  1864, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  original. 

MOORE,  THOMAS  A.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Chicago,  111.,  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  October  13,  1861 ;  deserted,  No- 
vember 18,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  December  20, 
1861,  with  rank  from  November  2,  1861, 
original. 

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MORONEY,  RICHARD,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled August  6,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  October  12,  1861 ; 
as  Captain,  Company  I,  August  12,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  June  12,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa.;  mustered  out,  October  n,  1864; 
again  enrolled  October  20,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  Major,  December  I,  1864;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  30,  1865,  near 
Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  20,  1861,  with  rank'  from 
October  18,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Octo- 
ber 14,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  6, 
1862,  vice  Thomas  Scanlin,  resigned ;  Ma- 
jor, November  23,  1864,  with  rank  from 
October  20,  1864,  vice  J.  Garrett,  dismissed. 

MORRIS,  PATRICK,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
September  10,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  September  27, 
1861;  dismissed,  August  i,  1862;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  20, 
1861,  with  rank  from  September  27,  1861, 
original. 

MULHALL,  JOHN  DILLON,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  December  u,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  February  II, 
1863;  transferred  to  Company  B,  June  12, 
1863 ;  discharged,  for  disability,  November 
8,  1864;  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  February  16,  1865; 
wounded  in  action,  March  25,  1865,  at 
Skinner's  Farm,  Va. ;  discharged,  May  15, 
1865,  at  Washington*  D.  C. ;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  com- 
sioned  First  Lieutenant,  January  28,  1863, 
with  rank  from  December  U,  1802,  vice 
A.  Bermingham-,  died,  of  wounds  received 
in  action;  Captain,  February  9,  1865,  with 
rank  from  October  15,  1864,  vice  R.  Mor- 
oney,  mustered  out. 

MURPHY,  JOSEPH,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  February  29, 
1864,  with  rank  from  February  24,  1864, 
vice  ;  see  i82d  Infantry. 

MURPHY,  MICHAEL  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  28,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  August  8,  1862;  Ser- 
geant Major,  April  21,  1863;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  December  22,  1863;  wounded 


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in  action,  June  16,  1864,  before  Petersburg, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  December  13,  1864;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  February  16,  1865 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  'Company,  June  30,  1865,  at 
Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  12,  1864,  with  rank 
from  May  21,  1864,  vice  R.  P.  King,  died, 
of  wounds  received  in  action;  Captain, 
February  9,  1865,  with  rank  from  October 
24,  1864,  vice  J.  J.  Blake,  died,  of  wounds 
received  in  action. 

MURPHY,  MURTHA,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  September  30,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  17,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  December  13,  1862,  at  Freder- 
icksburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  June  12,  1863; 
again  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  January  19,  1864; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  February  15,  1864;  as 
Captain,  Company  C,  February  16,  1865 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  30,  1865, 
at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  14,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  17,  1862,  vice  Charles  Wil- 
liams, killed  in  action ;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  second  entry;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  February  15, 
1864,  with  rank  of  same  date,  original; 
Captain,  February  9,  1865,  with  rank  from 
September  i,  1864,  vice  R.  A.  Kelly,  killed 
in  action. 

MURPHY,  ROBERT  A.,  age  25  years ;  en- 
rolled September  23,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  C,  i82d  Infantry,  No- 
vember 17,  1862;  promoted  Corporal,  no 
date ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  this  regiment,  February  16, 
1865;  wounded  in  action,  April  6,  1865,  at 
High  Bridge,  Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds, 
June  23,  1865,  in  United  States  General 
Hospital,  at  Annapolis,  Md. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  9,  1865,  with 
rank  from  November  I,  1864,  vice  E.  F. 
O'Connor,  promoted. 

NAGLE,  GARRETT,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled September  5,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  October  4, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  September  17, 
1862,  at  Antietam,  Mid.;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  D,  October  i,  18621;  dis- 
charged, August  20,  1863,  to  accept  ap- 


pointment in  Veterani  Reserve  Corps;  Ma- 
jor N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  4,  1861,  original; 
Captain,  January  22,  1863,  with  rank  from 
October  i,  1862,  vice  T.  L.  Shanley,  died, 
of  wounds  received  in  action. 

NEVINS,  GEORGE,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  G,  Janu- 
ary 13,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant,  March 
9,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  December  i,  1864;  dis- 
charged, to  date,  June  30,  1865 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  October  31, 
1864,  with  rank  from  September  i,  1864, 
original. 

NUGENT,  JOHN  ROBERT,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  'New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  August  15,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  June  12,  1863 ;  to  Company 
F,  in  January  or  February,  1864;  promoted 
Sergeant,  Company  G,  March  20,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  September  7,  1864;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  October  12,  1864; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  February  24, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
30,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  prior  service 
as  Private,  Company  B,  69th,  New  York 
Militia;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  311,  1864,  with  rank  from  August 
i,  1864,  vice  L.  Brennan,  dismissed;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  9,  1865,  with  rank 
from  October  i,  1864,  vice  J.  C.  Foley,  pro- 
moted. 

NUGENT,  ROBERT,  Captain  I3th  U.  S.  In- 
fantry, Lieutenant-Colonel,  69th  Militia; 
enrolled  September  4,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  November  I,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va., 
December,  1862;  mustered  out,  November 
28,  1863 ;  again  enrolled  and  mustered  in 
as  Colonel,  October  30,  1864 ;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  June  30,  1865,  near  Alexan- 
dria, Va. ;  Brigadier  General  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865 ; 
commissioned  Colonel,  December  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  I,  1861,  original ; 
recommissioned  Colonel,  June  4,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  i,  1861,  vice  W.  Wil- 
son, declined. 

O'CONNOR,  EDWARD  F.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city,  to  serve  three 


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years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  August  7,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  June  13,  1863 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, no  date;  transferred  to  Company  F, 
in  January,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  February  i,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  Second  -Lieutenant,  Company  G, 
February  15,  1864;  wounded  in  action, 
May  18,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  cap- 
tured in  action,  August  25,  1864,  at  Ream's 
Station,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  -mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  I,  February  9, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June  30, 
1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  1-3,  1864,  with 
rank  from  February  15,  1864,  original ; 
Captain,  February  9,  1865,  with  rank  from 
November  I,  1864,  original. 

O'KEEFFE,  MICHAEL,  age  26  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  December  16,  1861 ; 
dropped,  rendered  no  service,  January  5, 
1862 ;  see  6oih  Militia ;  not  commissioned. 

O'MEAGHER,  WILLIAM,  late  Surgeon, 
37th  Infantry;  enrolled  December  15,  1863, 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  this  regiment, 
January  4,  1864;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, June  30,  1865,  near  Alexandria,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  December  19,  1863, 
with  rank  from  December  15,  1863,  vice  J. 
A.  Reed,  dismissed. 

O'NEILL,  BERNARD  S.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled September  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  September  24,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  Septem- 
ber 17,  1862;  transferred  .to  Company  A, 
June  12,  18631;  to  Company  F,  no  date; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  C,  Jan- 
uary 28,  1864;  killed  in  action,  June  16, 
1864,  at  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  October  14,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  17,  1862,  vice  John 
Conway  killed  in  action ;  not  commissioned 
Captain. 

PATCHEN,  GEORGE,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  August  12,  1862;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, October  8,  1862;  mustered  out, 
June  12,  1863,  at  Falmcruth,  Va. ;  again  en- 
rolled, and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  December  15,  1863 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, March  9,  1864;  First  Sergeant,  no  i 


date;     Second     Lieutenant,     Company     E, 
September  i,  1864;  captured,   October  30, 

1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  paroled,  Feb- 
ruary 22,   1865,  at  James   River,  Va.,  and 
admitted  to  Hospital  Annapolis,   Md. ;  no 
further     record ;      commissioned      Second 
Lieutenant,    October    I,    1864,    with    rank 
from    September    I,    1864,    original;    First 
Lieutenant,    not    mustered,     February    9, 

1865,  with  rank  from  September  i,   1864, 
vice  Murtha  Murphy,  promoted. 

PURCELL,  JAMES  J.,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  63d  Infantry;  enrolled  June  24, 
1863,  at  Albany  to  serve  three  years ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regi- 
ment, July  i,  1863;  discharged  for  disabil- 
ity, December  5,  1864;  again  enrolled,  and 
mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  June 
17,  1865;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
June  30,  1865,  near  Alexandria,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  June  24, 
1863,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  Hur- 
ley, deceased;  recommissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  May  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
May  26,  1865,  vice  A.  H.  Crosby,  dis- 
charged. 

REED,  JAMES  A.,  age  45  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
November  9,  1861 ;  dismissed,  March  18, 
1863 ;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
December  20,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 9,  1861,  original;  Surgeon,  not 
mustered,  May  8,  1863,  with  rank  from 
April  27,  1863,  vice  J.  Pascal  Smith,  dis- 
charged. 

REYNOLDS,  THOMAS,  late  First  Lieu- 
tenant, 42d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  this  regiment, 
October  22,  1861 ;  killed  in  action,  July  i, 
1862,  at  Malvern  Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  30,  1861,  with 
rank  from  October  22,  1861,  original. 

SAUNDERS,  JAMES,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled September  18,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  A,  October  22,  1861 ; 
mustered  out,  June  12,  1863,  near  Morris- 
ville,  Va. ;  commissioned  Captain,  Decem- 
ber 30,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  22, 
1861,  original. 

SCANLIN,  THOMAS,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled September  10,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  I,  September  27,  1861 ; 


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discharged,  August  5,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  27,  1861,  original. 

SCANLON,  TERENCE,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  September  23,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  October  3,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  July  i,  1862,  at  Malvern  Hill,  Va. ; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 
March  24,  1863,  at  Philadelphia,  Pa. ;  again 
enrolled,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  January  12,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, March  9,  1864,  wounded  in  action, 
May  — ,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  February  9, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
30,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  9, 
1865,  with  rank  from  November  I,  1864, 
vice  L.  Macken,  not  mustered. 

SCULLY,  MARTIN,  age  23;  years ;  enrolled 
at  Chicago,  111.,  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  October  13,  1861 ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  May  i,  1863 ;  mustered  out,  June 
12,  1863,  near  Falmouth,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  20, 
1861,  with  rank  from  November  17,  1861, 
original ;  First  Lieutenant,  May  27,  1863, 
with  rank  from  November  I,  1862,  vice  P. 
Morris,  dismissed. 

SHANLEY,  TIMOTHY  L.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  at  Chicago,  III.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  October  13,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  October  i,  1862, 
at  general  hospital  Frederick,  Md. ;  com- 
missioned Captain,  December  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  2,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  JAMES  J.,  late  First  Lieutenant, 
69th  Militia;  enrolled  September  20,  1861, 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Ad- 
jutant, this  regiment,  November  8,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  August  25,  1864,  at 
Ream's  Station,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  No. 
vember  9,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
enrolled,  and  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  February  16,  1865 ;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  30,  1865,  near 


Alexandria,  Va. ;  Colonel,  U.  S.  Vol- 
unteers, by  brevet  from  April  9,  1865; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and  Adju- 
tant, December  20,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  2,  1861,  original  ;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  January  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  I,  1865,  vice  J.  Garrett,  not  mus- 
tered. 

SMITH,  J.  PASCAL,  late  Surgeon,  69th 
Militia;  enrolled  October  n,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  October 
12,  1861 ;  discharged,  January  2,  1863; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  December  20, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  12,  1861, 
original. 

SULLIVAN,  DENNIS  F.,  age  33  years ;  en- 
rolled September  25,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Firsjt  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  Octo- 
ber 19,  1861 ;  mustered  out  October  18, 
1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  De- 
cember 20,  i86r,  with  rank  from  October 
19,  1861,  original. 

SWEENEY,  PETER  H.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Rikers  Island  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  January  28,  1864;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, June  16,  1864,  before  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  E,  Feb- 
ruary 16,  1865;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  30,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ; 
not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant;  com- 
missioned Captain,  February  9,  1865,  with 
rank  from  November  30,  1864,  vice  C.  J. 
Clarke,  discharged. 

TOAL,  JOHN  T.,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  27,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  83d  Infantry,  June  20,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  this 
regiment,  October  14,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  6,  1862;  asi  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  October  23,  1862;  wounded,  no 
date ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  April  16,  1863 ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  October  4,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  October  14,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  6,  1862,  vice  P.  Carr,  pro- 
moted ;  Captain,  January  22,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  23,  1862,  vice  J.  P. 
McMahon,  resigned ;  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  not  mustered,  November  30, 


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1864,  with  rank  from  November  9,  1864, 
vice  J.  J.  Smith,  mustered  out. 

WALL,  MAURICE  W.,  late  Captain,  88th 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  this  regiment,  January 
19,  1864;  as  Captain,  Company  F,  May  2, 
1864;  captured  in  action,  June  22,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  escaped  and  returned 
to  company,  December  — ,  1864;  mustered 
out  June  30,  1865 ;  not  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain, 
April  29,  1864,  with  rank  from  April  23, 
1864,  vice  J.  E.  McGee,  promoted. 

WALSH,  MICHAEL,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  C,  No- 
vember 15,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  Sep- 
tember 17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  June  12,  1863 ;  re- 
enlisted-  as  a  veteran,  January  4,  1864; 
transferred  to  Company  F,  in  January  or 
February,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  March  30,  1864;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, May  12,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ; 
promoted,  First  Sergeant,  June  6,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  February  16,  1865; ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Alexan- 
dria, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, February  9,  1865,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember i,  1864,  vice  D.  Dolan,  promoted. 

WARD,  PATRICK,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  D, 
December  17,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md., 
transferred  to  Company  B,  June  12,  1863; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  February  22,  1864; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  December  I, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  February  16,  1865;  mustered 


out  with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Alex- 
andria, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  9,  1865,  with  rank  from 
November  i,  1864,  vice  H.  McQuade,  pro- 
moted. 

WHITTY,  JASPER  M.,  late  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, 6c>th  Militia;  enrolled  September  5, 
1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  C, 
October  4,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  Sep- 
tember 17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ;  dis- 
charged, February  9,  1863;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  4,  1861,  original. 

WILLETT,  THOMAS,  age  41  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  No- 
vember 10,  1861 ;  discharged,  December  25, 
1862;  again  enrolled  February  13,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  May  i,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  June  30,  1865, 
near  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned  Chap- 
lain, December  20,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  10,  1861,  original ;  recoimmis- 
sioned  Chaplain,  September  16,  1864,  with 
rank  from  February  15,  1864,  vice  him- 
self, resigned. 

WILLIAMS,  CHARLES,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled September  10,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  Septem- 
ber 20,  1861 ;  killed  in  action,  September 
17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  4,  1861,  original. 

WILSON,  WILLIAM,  late  Colonel,  6th  In- 
fantry; commissioned,  not  mustered,  Col- 
onel, this  regiment,  April  12,  1864,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  R.  Nugent,  mus- 
tered out. 


SEVENTIETH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 
First  Regiment  Excelsior  Brigade ;  First  Regiment  Sickles'  Brigade. 

General  Daniel  E.  Sickles,  as  temporary  Colonel,  recruited  this  regiment  under  special 
authority  from  the  War  Department;  it  was  organized  at  Camp  Scott,  Staten  Island,  and 
there  mustered  in  the  United  States  service  for  three  years  June  20-22,  1861,  except  Com- 
pany G,  which  was  mustered  in  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  October  8,  1861.  Pursuant  to  the 
orders  of  the  Secretary  of  War,  dated  December  5,  1861,  it  received,  December  n,  1861, 
its  State  numerical  designation.  The  three  years'  men  of  the  2d  Infantry  joined  it  May 
19,  1863.  The  men  not  entitled  to  be  mustered  out  with  the  regiment  were,  June  22, 
1864,  transferred  to  the  86th  Infantry. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally:  A  in  part,  B,  D  and  G  in  New  York  city;  C 


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at  Paw  Paw,  Mich. ;  E  —  Friend's  Rifles  —  at  Pittsburg,  Pa. ;  F  at  Port  Jervis,  Orange 
county ;  H  at  Boston,  Mass. ;  A  in  part,  and  I  at  Paterson,  N.  J.,  and  K  at  Newark,  N.  J. 

The  regiment,  except  Company  G,  left  the  State  July  23,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near 
Washington,  D.  C,  from  July,  1861 ;  in  Sickles'  Brigade,  Hookers  Division,  Army  of  the 
Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  same,  2d,  Brigade,  and  2d  Division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of 
the  Potomac,  from  March,  1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  4th  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  the 
Potomac,  from  April,  1864;  in  4th  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac, 
from  May  13,  1864;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under  Col.  J. 
Egbert  Farnum,  July  7,  1864,  to  date  July  I,  1864,  at  New  York  city. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  9  officers,  137  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  35  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
i  officer,  69  enlisted  men;  total,  II  officers,  241  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  252,  of  whom  9 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

o 

4J 

a 
D 

B 

< 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

(j 

V 

o 

i 

o 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Near  Dumfrees,  Va  

1862. 
Mar.          1  7 

Stafford  Court  House   Va      

April           6 
April  10- 
May    4 
May            5 
May  31- 
June    i 

i 

2 

330 

18 
9 

14 

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

Williamsburg,  Va  

7 

88 

2 

I 

13 

12 

112 

97 

i 

Fair  Oaks,  Va  

Fair  Oaks,  Va  

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

une  25- 
July  3 
June         25 
3° 
July            i 
Aug.            5 
Aug.   26- 
Sept.  a 
Aug.         2  7 

3 

4 

i 

5 

i 

Oak  Grove  

Glendale  

Malvern  Hill  

Malvern  Hill,  Va  

i 
28 

4 

3» 
"7 
32 

Gen.  Pope's  campaign,  Va  

10 

Kettle  Run  

Groveton  

29 
3° 
Dec.    ii—  15 

I 

Bull  Run  

Fredericksburg,  Va  

Chancellorsville,  Va  

1863. 
May        1-3 
July        1-3 
23 
Nov.           7 
Nov.   26- 
Dec.   2 

i? 

4 

Gettysburg.  Pa  

i 

2O 

10 

16 

8 

69 

Wapping  Heights,  Va.  .  .  . 

Kelly's  Ford,  Va  

Mine  Run  campaign,  Va  

6 

8 
27 
43 
IO 

Locust  Grove,  Va  

Wilderness,  Va  

1864. 
May       5-7 
8-21 
10 

12 
22-26 
27-31 

i 

3 

18 

5 
10 

Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va  

Landron's  Farm  

Salient  

8 

North  Anna,  Va  

Cold  Harbor,  Va  

Before  Petersburg,  Va  

15-22 
IS-19 

i 

3 

Assault  of  Petersburg,  Va  

Total  loss  

679 

9 

137 

I 

35 

28 

323 

146 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
DANIEL   E.    SICKLES,    from  June   29  to 

September  3,  1861. 
WILLIAM    DWIGHT,    JR.,    from    July    i, 

1861,  to  November  30,  1862. 
J.  EGBERT   FARNUM,   from   February   i, 

1863,    to    July    i,    1864. 


Lieutenant-Colonels. 

WILLIAM  DWIGHT,  JR.,  from  June  29  to 

July   i,   1861. 
J.  EGBERT  FARNUM,  from  September  3, 

1861,  to  February  i,   1863. 
THOMAS  HOLT,  from  February  i  to  May 

17,  1863. 


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DANIEL  MAHEN,  from  May  17,   1863,  to 

November  30,  1863. 
THOMAS  HOLT,  from  November  30,  1863, 

to   July    I,    1864. 

Majors. 
J.   EGBERT  FARNUM,   from  June  29  to 

September  3,  1861. 
THOMAS  HOLT,  from  November  i,  1861, 

to  February  i,  1863. 
DANIEL  MAHEN,  from  December  i,  1862, 

to  May  17,  1863. 
WILLIAM  H.  HUGO,  from  May  17,  1863, 

to  November  30,   1863. 
DANIEL    MAHEN,     from    November    30, 

1863,  to  July  i,  1864. 

Adjutants. 
ORSON  H.  HART,  from  June  29,  1861,  to 

February   i,    1862. 
WILSON  T.  HARTZ,  from  February  i  to 

September   I,  1862. 
WILLIAM  JAMES  KAY,  from  September 

i,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 
NORMAN  C.  ASH,  from  May  19,  1863,  to 

July  i,  1864. 

Quartermasters. 
LOVELL  PURDY,  from  June  29,  1861,  to 

February  15,  1862. 
GERARD    BANKER,    from    February    15, 

1862,  to  August  28,  1863. 
JONATHAN   B.   SCHOONMAKER,  from 

April   i  to  July  i,   1864. 

Surgeons. 
WILLIAM  H.  TINGLE Y,  from  June  29  to 

August  31,    1861. 
HARVEY   E.    BROWN,    from   August  31, 

1861,  to  December  10,  1862. 

JAMES  ASH,  from  May  12,  1863,  to  July 
i,  1864. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 

HARVEY  E.  BROWN,  from  June  29,  to 
August  31,  1861. 

JAMES  ASH,  from  July  29,  1861,  to  No- 
vember 20,  1862. 

GEORGE  H.  BENNETT,  from  October  30, 

1862,  to  May  3,    1863. 

M.    PRICE    MOORE,    from    December    i, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 
ARMAND  DUFLOO,   from  June   17,    1863, 

to  July   i,    1864. 


Chaplains. 
CHARLES   H.   A.   BULKLEY,  from  June 

29,  1861,  to  September  25,  1862. 
GEORGE  W.   HORTON,   from  November 

10,  1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 

JOEL  M.  JOHNSON,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember 12,   1861. 
JOHN    M.    OAKLEY,    from  November    12, 

1861,  to  October  31,  1862. 

B.    WELLER   HOXIE,    from   November   I, 

1862,  to  July  i,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS  W.  BAILEY,  from  June  20  to 
October  22,  1861. 

JOHN  M.  OAKLEY,  from  July  20  to  No- 
vember 12,  1861. 

B.  WELLER  HOXIE,  from  November  12, 

1861,  to  November  i,  1862. 
ARCHIBALD    BELCHER,   from   February 

i,  1863,  to  March  22,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

B.  WELLER  HOXIE,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember 12,  1861. 

WILLIAM  W.  KILBURN,  from  November 
12,  1861,  to  May  5,  1862. 

ARCHIBALD    BELCHER,    from    May    6, 

1862,  to  February  I,   1863. 
JONATHAN   B.   SCHOONMAKER,  from 

November  I  to  December  9,  1862. 
JOSEPH  T.  BALDWIN,  from  March  17  to 

May  9,  1863. 
ROBERT  G.  HARE,  from  May  9,  1863,  to 

July  i,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

DANIEL  MAHEN,  from  June  20,  1861,  to 

December  i,   1862. 
MORRIS    J.    FOOT,    from    December    27, 

1862,  to  July  i,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  MITCHELL,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember i,  1861. 

PHILIP  MILES,  from  November  i,  1861, 
to  December  9,  1862. 

NORMAN  C.  ASH,  from  December  19, 
1862,  to  May  19,  1863. 


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RANSOM  S.  GAYLORD,  July  25,  1863. 
LOVELL  PURDY,  from  July  16,  1863,  to 
February  — ,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

PHILIP  MILES,  from  June  20  to  Novem- 
ber i,  1861. 

CHARLES  T.  DWIGHT,  from  November 
i,  1861,  to  June  30,  1864. 

D.  B.  BROM.BLE,  from  to  May  30, 

1862. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

WILLIAM  H.  HUGO,  from  June  21,  1861, 
to  May  17,  1863. 

WILLIAM  JAMES  KAY,  from  May  18, 
1863,  to  March  21,  18/64. 

WILLIAM  H.  HUGO,  from  November  30, 
1863,  to  July  i,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JAMES    M.   LONGWELL,    from   June   26, 

1861,  to  June   12,   1862. 

GORHAM  P.  STEVENS,  from  June  12  to 

August  12,  1862. 
MORRIS    J.    FOOT,    from    August    12    to 

December  27,  1862. 
THOMAS  J.  CHAFFEE,  from  April  10  to 

July   20,   1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  M.  LONGWELL,  from  June  21  to 
26,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  CARROLL,  from  June  26  to 
November  28,  1861. 

GORHAM  P.  STEVENS,  from  November 
21,  1861,  to  June  12,  1862. 

MORRIS  J.  FOOT,  from  June  12  to  Au- 
gust 12,  1862. 

JAMES    T.    BARKLEY,    from  August    12, 

1862,  to  January  28,  1863. 
JONATHAN    B.    SCHOONMAKER,   from 

December  9,  1862,  to  March  18,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
BENJAMIN   PRICE,   from   June  21,   1861, 

to  July  23,  1863. 

JOHN  N.  COYNE,  from  July  24,  1863,  to 
July  i,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ANTHONY  PETERSON,  from  June  21  to 
August  6,  1861. 


GERARD  BANKER,  from  August  6,  1861, 

to  February  15,   1862. 
LOVELL    PURDY,    from   February    15,    to 

June  25,  1862. 
EDWARD  A.  BELGER,  from  June  25,  1862, 

to  July  i,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES    M.   McCAMLY,   from   June   21    to 

November  4,  1861. 
JOSEPH  B.  ZEIGLER,  from  November  14, 

1861,  to   February   i,   1863. 

ROBERT  W.  TORRE,  from  November  19 
to  21,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
JACOB    BRUNN,   from   June  22,    1861,  to 

May  5,    1862. 
JOSEPH    F.    DENNISTON,   from   May  6, 

1862,  to  April  25,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOSEPH  F.  DENNISTON,  from  June  22, 

1861,  to  May  6,   1862. 

VAN  BUREN  BATES,  from  May  6,  1862, 

to  February  i,  1863. 
ROBERT  W.  TORRE,  from  November  21, 

1862,  to    May    12,    1863. 

HENRY    CHAMBERLAIN,    from    May    I, 

1863,  to  May  5,  1864. 

HARRY  A.  SCANDRETT,  from  June  10  to 
July  I,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  J.  BLACK,  from.  June  22  to 
November  19,  1861. 

JOHN  M.  DREDGER,  from  November  19, 
1861,  to  July  i,  1864. 

HENRY  CHAMBERLAIN,  from  Novem- 
ber 23,  1862,  to  May  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

THOMAS  HOLT,  from  June  20  to  Novem- 
ber i,  1861. 

JOHN  MITCHELL,  from  November  i  to 
14,  1861. 

JAMES  M.  McCAMLY,  from  November  4, 
1861,  to  April  26,  1863. 

ARCHIBALD  BELCHER,  from  March  22 
to  July  i,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  W.  SHERMAN,  from  June  20, 
1861,  to  January  2,  1862. 


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2713 


ELLIOTT    E.    DODGE,    from    to 

May  5,    1862. 
JOHN    N.     COYNE,     from    December    27, 

1862,  to  July  24,  1863. 

JOSEPH  B.  ZEIGLER,  from  February  i  to 

February  5,   1863. 
DON   C.   ROGERS,  from  May  20,  1863,  to 

April  9,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  BLIGHTO'N,  from  June  20  to 
November  28,  1861. 

D.  J.  HUNTER,  from*  November  28,  1861, 
to  April  3,  1862. 

FRANK  H.  NELSON,  from  April  i,  to 
May  5,  1862. 

JOHN  N.  COYNE,  from  May  7  to  Decem- 
ber 27,  1862. 

DON  C.  ROGERS,  from  January  2  to  May 
20,  1863. 

WILLIAM  W.  GAGE,  from  June  i  to  July 

*  15,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

JOSEPH  KELLER,   from  June  27  to  Au- 
gust 29,  1861. 
HENRY    B.    O'REILLY,    from-  October   8, 

1861,  to  May  5,  1862. 

CHARLES  L.  YOUNG,  from  May  6,  1862, 
to  July  I,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
DANIEL  W.  WASHBURN,  from  June  27 

to  August  8,   1861. 
CHARLES   L.    YOUNG,    from    October   8, 

1861,   to   May  6,   1862. 
PHILIP  MCLAUGHLIN,  from  February  5, 

1863,  to  March  i,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  W.  HUSSEY,  from  June  27  to 
August  8,  1861. 

WILLIAM  JAMES  KAY,  from  October  8, 
1861,  to  January  i,  1862. 

HENRY  H.  EDLESSON,  from  January  i 
to  December  19,  1862. 

NORMAN  C.  ASH,  from  May  6  to  Decem- 
ber 19,  1862. 

WILLIAM  G.  TACKABERRY,  from  De- 
cember 19,  1862,  to  May  30,  1863. 

RANSOM  S.  GAYLORD,  from  May  i  to 
November  14,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM    H.    BUGBEE,    from   June   21, 

1861,  to  May  5,  1862. 

ELLIOTT  E.  DODGE,  from  May  5  to  De- 
cember 27,  1862. 
GEORGE  ROBINSON,  from  December  27, 

1862,  to   March  2,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ELLIOTT  E.  DODGE,  from  June  21,  1861, 


to 


WILLIAM  JAMES  KAY,  from  January  i 
to  September  I,  1862. 

WILSON  T.  HARTZ,  from  September  I 
to  October  23,  1862. 

LOVELL  PURDY,  from  October  23-,  1862, 
to  July  16,  1863. 

SAMUEL  J.  IVES,  from  July  15  to  Decem- 
ber 28,  1863. 

WILLIAM  R.  BOTSFORD,  from  Decem- 
ber 29,  1863,  to  March  16,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HENRY   H.    EDLESSON,   from   June   21, 

1861,  to  January  I,  1862. 

HERRICK  HAYNER,   from  January  i   to 

May  5,  1862. 
PHILIP     MCLAUGHLIN,     from     May    6, 

1862,  to    February  5,    1863. 

SAMUEL  J.  IVES,  from  February  i  to 
July  15,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

ENOCH  J.  AYRES,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember 14,  1861. 
JOHN    MITCHELL,    from    November    14, 

1861,   to  May  5,   1862. 
JAMES  M.  LONGWELL,  from  June  12  to 

November  21,  1862. 
VAN   BUREN   BATES,   from  February   I, 

1863,  to  April  9,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  NEILL,  from  June  20  to  October  20, 

1861. 
WILSON    T.    HARTZ,    from    October    22, 

1861,  to  February  i,  1862. 
ORSON    H.    HART,    from    February    i    to 

June  n,  1862. 
JOSEPH  N.  T.  LEVICK,  from  May  6,  1862, 

to   May   13,    1863. 


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GEORGE  M.  GOULD,  May  13,  1863. 
WILLIAM  W.  GAGE,  from  July  15,  1863, 
to  May  n,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  C.  BOGART,  from  June  20  to  Sep- 
tember 3,  1861. 
JOSEPH    N.    T.    LEVICK,    from  June  20, 

1861,  to  May  6,  1862. 

CHARLES    H.    CALKINS,    from    May    5, 

1862,  to  January  19,   1863. 
ANDREW  J.  LIEBENAU,  from  February 

5,  1863,  to  July  i,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
FREDERICK  T.  R.  GRUETT,  from  June 

20,  1861,  to  July  i,  1864. 
GEORGE   ROBINSON,   from   December   i 
to  December  27,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HENRY  V.  ROCKAFELLOW,  from  June 

21  to  October  4,  1861. 
GEORGE    ROBINSON,    from    October   4, 

1861,  to  December  i,  1862. 
JAMES  JOHNSON,  from  May  16,  1863,  to 

February  29,  1864. 
JONATHAN   B.    SCHOONMAKER,   from 

March  18  to  April  i,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  ROBINSON,  from  June  21  to 
October  4,  1861. 

EDWARD  A.  BELGER,  from  October  4, 
1861,  to  June  25,  1862. 

JAMES  STEVENSON,  from  May  6  to  No- 
vember 25,  1862. 

EDWARD  SHIELDS,  from  June  25  to  De- 
cember 6,  1862. 

JOSEPH  T.  BALDWIN,  from  January  19 
to  March  17,  1863. 

CHARLES  PHILIP  BUSCHMAN  from 
April  ii,  1863,  to  July  I,  1864. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

HENDRICKSON,  WILLIAM  M.,  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon. 

BOUTELLE,  GEORGE  V.,  as  Captain. 

EDLESSON,  HENRY  H.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 


MEDAL  OF  HONOR  AWARDED  BY  THE  PRESI- 
DENT TO 

COYNE,  JOHN  N.,  Sergeant,  Company  B, 
for  capture  of  a  flag  and  bravery  in  action 
at  Williamsburg,  Va.,  May  5,  1862. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ASH,  JAMES,  Assistant  Surgeon,  7ist  In- 
fantry ;  transferred  to  this-  regiment,  July 
29,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  7ist 
Infantry,  December  19,  1862;  re-trans- 
ferred to  this  regiment,  May  12,  1863 ; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  July  I,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Assist- 
ant Surgeon-  and  Surgeon  in  7ist  Infan- 
try; commissioned  Surgeon,  this  regi- 
ment, May  20,  1863,  with  rank  from  May 
12,  1863,  vice  H.  E.  Brown,  resigned. 

ASH,  NORMAN  C,  age  25  year&;  enrolled 
at  Williamsburg,  Va.,  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  May  6,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  December  19,  1862; 
as  Adjutant,  May  19,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  July  i,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
June  12,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  6,  1862, 
vice  William  J.  Kay,  promoted ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, June  12,  1863,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 19,  1862,  vice  H.  H.  Edlesson,  re- 
signed; Adjutant,  February  23,  1864,  with 
rank  from  May  19,  1863,  vice  William  J. 
Kay,  promoted. 

AYRES,  ENOCH  J.,  age  32  years;  enrolled 
April  17,  1861,  at  Paterson,  N.  J.,  to  serve 
three  years' ;  mustered  in  as1  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  June  20,  1861 ;  discharged,  Novem- 
ber 14,  1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  Jan- 
uary 16,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  20, 
1861,  original. 

BAILEY,  THOMAS  W.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  discharged, 
October  22,  1861 ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  20,  1861,  original. 

BALDWIN,  JOSEPH  T.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  Falmouth,  Va.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as>  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  January  19,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  March  17, 
1863 ;  discharged,  May  9,  1863 ;  see  22d  N. 
Y.  S.  Militia;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 


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tenant,  April  15,  1863,  with  rank  from  Jan- 
uary 19,  1863,  vice  C.  H.  Calkins,  resigned. 

BANKER,  GERARD,  age  — years;  enrolled 
May  28,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  August  6,  1861 ;  ap- 
pointed Quartermaster,  February  15,  1862; 
discharged,  August  28,  1863;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
Quartermaster,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  6,  1861,  vice  Lovell 
Purdy,  transferred  to  Company  D. 

BARKLEY,  JAMES  T.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  Port  Jervis  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  August  12, 
1862 ;  dropped,  January  28,  1863 ;  not  com- 
missioned. 

BATES,  VAN  BUREN,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled June  8,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  D,  June  21,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  6,  1862 ; 
as  Captain,  Company  I,  February  i,  1863 ; 
discharged,  April  9,  1864;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
Captain,  January  14,  1863,  with  rank  from 
November  21,  1862,  vice  J.  M.  Longwell, 
resigned. 

BELCHER,  ARCHIBALD,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  Paterson,  N.  J., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  6,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  February  i,  1863;  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  March  22,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  i,  1864, 
at  New  York  city ;  not  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  i,  1862,  vice  John  Neill,  re- 
signed; Captain,  February  23,  1864,  with 
rank  from  July  15,  1863,  vice  George  V. 
Boutelle,  not  mustered. 

BELGER,  EDWARD  A.,  age  — years;  en- 
rolled at  Good  Hope,  Md.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  October  4,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  June 
25,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as  such,  September 
2,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
i,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with 


rank  from  June  25,  1862,  vice  Anthony 
Peterson,  resigned. 

BENNETT,  GEORGE  H.,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  October  30,  1862;  discharged, 
May  3,  1863 ;  subsequent  service  in  23d 
Militia;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
October  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
M,  1862,  original. 

BLACK,  WILLIAM  J.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  22,  1861 ; 
discharged,  November  19,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  16, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  22,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

BLIGHTON,  ROBERT,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  Port  Jervis  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  20,  1861 ; 
,  discharged,  November  28,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  16, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  20,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

BOGART,  JOHN  C,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  June  20,  1861 ;  discharged,  Sep- 
tember 3,  1861 ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  16,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  29,  1861,  original. 

BOTSFORD,  WILLIAM  R.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  28,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa., 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  June  22,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  December  31,  1861 ;  Sergeant- 
Major,  June  25,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  December  29, 
1863;  captured,  May  17,  1864;  paroled,  no 
date ;  mustered  out,  March  16,  1865 ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  February  23, 
1864,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1863, 
vice  J.  B.  Schoonmaker,  appointed  Quar- 
termaster. 

BOUTELLE,  GEORGE  V.,  late  Captain,  2d 
Infantry;  appointed  Captain,  Company  F, 
this  regiment,  May  n,  1863;  no  service 
in  this  regiment;  see  2ist  Cavalry;  not 
commissioned. 

BROMBLE,  D.  B.,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
and  appointed  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany B,  no  dates ;  discharged,  May  30, 
1862;  not  commissioned. 


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BROWN,  HARVEY  E.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  June  29,  1861 ;  as  Sur- 
geon, August  31,  1861 ;  discharged,  De- 
cember 10,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
regular  army;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  29,  1861,  original ;  Surgeon,  Decem- 
ber i,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  29,  1861, 
vice  W.  H.  Tingley,  discharged. 

BRUNN,  JACOB,  age  33  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  June  22,  1861;  killed  in  action. 
May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Captain,  January  16,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  22,  1861,  original. 

BUGBEE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  27  years ;  en- 
rolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Boston,  Mass.,  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  June  21,  1861 ;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Captain,  January  16,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original. 

BULKLEY,  CHARLES  H.  A.,  age  41 
years ;  enrolled  April  19,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Chaplain,  June  29,  1861 ;  discharged, 
September  25,  1862;  commissioned  Chap- 
lain, January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  29,  1861,  original. 

BUSCHMAN,  CHARLES  PHILIP,  age  45 
years ;  enrolled  at  Falmouth,  Va.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  April  II,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  i,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  subsequent  service  in 
Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  14,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  20,  1863,  vice 
George  Robinson,  promoted. 

CALKINS,  CHARLES  H.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  Paterson,  N.  J., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  November  i,  1861 ; 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  5,  1862;  dis- 
charged, January  19,  1863,  for  promotion 
to  Captain,  25th  N.  J.  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  i, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  6,  1862,  vice 
B.  W.  Hoxie,  promoted. 

CARROLL,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Paw  Paw,  Mich., 


to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  June  21,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  June  26,  1861 ; 
discharged,  November  28,  1861 ;  not  com- 
missioned. 

CHAFFEE,  THOMAS  J.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Paw  Paw,  Mich., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  January  4,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  April  10,  1864;  dis- 
charged, July  20,  1864 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  June  15,  1864,  with  rank  from 
April  10,  1864,  vice  A.  Belcher,  promoted. 

CHAMBERLAIN,  HENRY,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Paw  Paw,  Mich., 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  C,  June  21,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  same  date ;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  No- 
vember 23,  1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  May 

1,  1863;  killed  in  action,  May  5,   1864,  at 
the    Wilderness,    Va. ;    not   commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant;    commissioned    First 
Lieutenant,    August    7,    1863,    with    rank 
from  May  i,  1863,  vice  Van  Buren  Bates, 
promoted. 

COYNE,  JOHN  N.,  age  21  years ;  enrolled 
April  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
One  month;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  7th  Militia,  April  30,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  this  regiment,  January  20, 
1862 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  January  28,  1862 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  May.  7,  1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
December  27,  1862 ;  wounded  in  action, 
June  i,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks,  Va.,  and  July 

2,  1863,   at   Gettysburg,   Pa. ;    mustered  in 
as    Captain,    Company   D,    July   24,    1863 ; 
mustered  out,  July  i,  1864,  at  New  York 
city ;  congressional  medal  of  honor ;  Major, 
N.  Y.   Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
March     13,     1865 ;    commissioned    Second 
Lieutenant,  June  u,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  7,  1862,  vice  F.  H.  Nelson,  killed  in 
action;    First   Lieutenant,    June    II,    1863, 
with  rank   from  December  27,    1862,  vice 
G.  Robinson,  promoted ;  Captain,  February 
23,    1864,   with    rank   from   July   24,    1863, 
vice  B.   Price,  killed  in  action. 


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DENNISTON,  JOSEPH  F.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa., 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  22,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  May  6,  1862;  discharged,  April 
25,  1864,  to  accept  appointment  as  Captain 
and  Commissary  of  Subsistence,  U.  S. 
Volunteers ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, January  6,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
22,  1861,  original ;  Captain,  February  23, 
1864,  with  rank  from  May  20,  1862,  vice 
Jacob  Brunn,  killed  in  action. 

DODGE,  ELLIOTT  E.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  22,  1861,  at  Boston,  Mass.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  21,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  F,  no  date ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  H,  May  5, 
1862;  discharged,  December  27,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  January  16, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  orig- 
inal ;  not  commissioned  Captain. 

DREDGER,  JOHN  M.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Quar- 
termaster-Sergeant, June  29,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
November  19,  1861 ;  mustered  in,  March  3, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  July  I, 
1864,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  19,  1861,  vice  Wm. 
J.  Black,  resigned. 

DUFLOO,  ARMAND,  late  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, i63d  Infantry;  enrolled  at  Center- 
ville,  Va.,  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regi- 
ment, June  17,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  July  i,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  25th  Cavalry;  com- 
missioned Assistant  Surgeon,  June  i,  1863, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  G.  H.  Ben- 
nett, resigned. 

DWIGHT,  CHARLES  T.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  Camp  Farnum,  Md.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  November  i, 
1861 ;  discharged,  June  30,  1864;  not  com- 
missioned. 

DWIGHT,  JR.,  WILLIAM,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  14,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, June  29,  1861 ;  as  Colonel, 
July  i,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  May  5, 
1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out, 


November  30,  1862,  for  promotion  to 
Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  com- 
missioned Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  16, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  29,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Colonel,  November  25,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  30,  1861,  vice  Daniel  E. 
Sickles,  promoted  Brigadier-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers. 

EDLESSON,  HENRY  H.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  22,  1861,  at  Boston,  Mass.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  21,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  January  I, 
1862;  discharged  for  disability,  December 
19,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  Veteran 
Reserve  Corps;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  16,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  21,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, not  mustered,  December  *,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  6,  1862,  vice  «C.  L. 
Young,  promoted. 

FARNUM,  J.  EGBERT,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Major,  June  29,  1861 ; 
promoted  Lieutenant-Colonel,  September  3, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  February  i, 
1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  — ,  1863, 
at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  July  I,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in-  Veteran  Reserve 
Corps;  commissioned  Major,  January  16, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  29,  1861,  orig- 
inal ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  December  i,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  3,  1861,  vice  W. 
Dwight,  Jr.,  promoted;  Colonel,  January 
14,  1863,  with  rank  from  December  i,  1862, 
vice  W.  Dwight  Jr.,  promoted  Brigadier- 
General,  U.  S.  Volunteers. 

FOOT,  MORRIS  J.,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  15,  1861,  at  Paw  Paw,  Mich.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  12,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  12,  1862;  Captain,  Company 
B,  to  date  December  27,  1862 ;  wounded  in 
action,  June  17,  1864,  at  Petersburg,  Va.  ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  i,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  not  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  12,  1861,  original;  not  commis- 
sioned Captain. 

GAGE,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 


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ant,   Company   F,  June   i,   1863,   to   serve 
three  years;   wounded   in   action,  July  2, 

1863,  at   Gettysburg,   Pa. ;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  July  15,  1863;  dis- 
charged, May  n,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond  Lieutenant,    May  8,    1863,   with   rank 
from  March  20,   1863,  vice  J.  T.  Barkley, 
dropped;  not  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

GAYLORD,  RANSOM  S.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled September  2,  1861,  at  Cohocton  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  H,  74th  Infantry,  Septem- 
ber 14,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  C, 
this  regiment,  no  date ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  October  21,  1861 ;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  May  I,  1863;  wounded 
in  action;  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
July  25,  1863;  discharged  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  November  14,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1863,  vice 
H.  Chamberlain,  promoted;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant. 

GOULD,  GEORGE  M. ;  enrolled,  and  ap- 
pointed First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May 
13,  1863 ;  rendered  no  service  in  this  regi- 
ment; see  2d  Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

GRUETT,  FREDERICK  T.  R.,  age  34 
years;  enrolled  April  19,  1861,  at  Newark, 
N.  J.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Capiain,  Company  K,  June  20,  1861 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  I,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Captain, 
December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  21, 
1861,  original. 

HARE,  ROBERT  G.,  age  20  years ;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  E,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  May  15,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  9, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  July  I, 

1864,  at    New   York    city;    commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,   August  7,   1863,   with 
rank  from  May  9,  1863,  vice  J.  T.  Bald- 
win, resigned. 

HART,  ORSON  H.,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
one  month ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  7th  Militia,  April  26,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  3,  1861,  at 
New  York  city;  again  enrolled  June  7, 
1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 


years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  this  regiment,  June  29,  1861 ; 
transferred  as  First  Lieutenant  to  Company 
I,  February  i,  1862;  discharged,  June  n, 
1862,  for  promotion  to  Assistant  Adju- 
tant-General, U.  S.  Volunteers;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  Jan- 
uary 16,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  29, 
1861,  original. 

HARTZ,  WILSON  T.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled August  30,  1861,  at  Washington,  D. 
C.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  October  22, 
1861;  appointed  Adjutant,  February  i, 
1862;  transferred  as  First  Lieutenant  to 
Company  H,  September  i,  1862;  mustered 
out,  October  23,  1862,  for  promotion  to 
Captain  and  Assistant  Adjutant-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  October  16,  1866,  with  rank 
from  August  30,  1861,  original;  Adjutant, 
October  16,  1866,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary i,  1862,  vice  O.  H.  Hart,  appointed 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  I. 

HAYNER,  HERRICK,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 

•  ant,  Company  H,  January  i,  1862;  killed 
in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg, 
Va. ;  not  commissioned. 

HENDRICKSON,  WILLIAM  M. ;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
June  23,  1863,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  M.  P.  Moore,  resigned;  see  4th  Ar- 
tillery. 

HOLT,  THOMAS,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  Port  Jervis  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
F,  June  20,  1861 ;  as  Major,  November  i, 
1861 ;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  February  i, 
1863;  commanding  the  74th  Infantry  from 
May  17,  1863,  as  Colonel;  not  mustered  in, 
and  returned  to  this  regiment,  November 
30,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  July 
i,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  Brigadier-Gen- 
eral, U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
March  13,  1865 ;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  20, 
1861,  original;  Major,  December  i,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  18,  1861,  vice  J. 
E.  Farnum,  promoted ;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
January  14,  1863,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber i,  1862,  vice  J.  E.  Farnum,  promoted. 

HORTON,  GEORGE  W.,  age  25  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Falmouth,  Va.,  to  serve  three 


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years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  No- 
vember 10,  1862;  discharged,  May  17,  1863; 
not  commissioned. 

HOXIE,  B.  WELLER,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled May  I,  1861,  at  Paterson,  N.  J.,  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  November  12,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  November  i,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  i,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  20, 
1861,  original ;  not  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain,  De- 
cember i,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
i,  1862,  vice  E.  J.  Ayres,  resigned. 

HUGO,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Paw  Paw,  Mich., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  June  21,  1861 ;  as  Major, 
May  17,  1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  2, 

1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  returned  to  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  owing  to  Daniel  Mahen 
having  returned  to  Major,  November  30, 
1863 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  July  i, 

1864,  at    New    York   city;    commissioned 
Captain,     December    i,    1862,    with    rank 
from  June  21,  1861,  original;  Major,  Sep- 
tember 14,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  17, 
1863,  vice  D.  Mahen,  promoted. 

HUNTER,  D.  J. ;  enrolled  and  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  Novem- 
ber 28,  1861 ;  discharged,  April  3,  1862 ; 
not  commissioned. 

HUSSEY,  GEORGE  W.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  June  27,  1861 ;  discharged, 
August  8,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in 
iSQth  Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

IVES,  SAMUEL  J.,  age  22  years ;  enrolled 
at  Falmouth,  Va.,  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  February  i,  1863 ;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  July  15,  1863;  died,  of 
disease,  December  28,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
September  14,  1863,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 9,  1862,  vice  A.  Belcher,  promoted ; 
not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant. 

JOHNSON,  JAMES,  First  Lieutenant,  Sec- 
ond Infantry;  transferred  to  Company  K, 
this  regiment,  May  16,  1863;  discharged, 
February  29,  1864,  for  promotion  to  Cap- 
tain and  Assistant  Adjutant-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers ;  commissioned  in  2d  Infantry. 


JOHNSON,  JOEL  M.,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  Paterson,  N.  J., 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, November  12,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  January  16,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  20,  1861,  original. 

KAY,  WILLIAM,  JAMES,  age  38 years;  en- 
rolled June  7,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant- 
Major,  June  29,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  October  8,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  January  i,  1862; 
as  Adjutant,  September  i,  1862;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  May  18,  1863 ;  wounded 
in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ; 
discharged,  March  21,  1864,  to  accept  ap- 
pointment in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  16, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  8,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  De- 
cember i,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
i,  1862,  vice  O.  H.  Hart,  resigned;  Cap- 
tain, February  6,  1864,  with  rank  from 
May  18,  1863,  vice  W.  H.  Hugo,  promoted. 

KELLER,  JOSEPH,  age  34  years ;  enrolled 
at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  G,  June 
27,  1861 ;  discharged,  August  29,  1861 ;  not 
commissioned. 

KILBURN,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Paw  Paw,  Mich., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  June  21,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
November  12,  1861 ;  killed  in  action,  May 
5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

LEVICK,  JOSEPH  N.  T.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  one  month ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  7th  Militia,  April  30,  1861 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  3,  1861, 
at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled  June  15, 
1861,  at  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  this  regiment,  June  20,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  May  6,  1862; 
discharged,  May  13,  1863 ;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  I,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  2,  1862,  vice  Thomas  W. 
Bailey,  resigned. 

LIEBENAU,  ANDREW  J.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  August  22,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 


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Private,  Company  F,  August  29,  1862;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  February 
5,  1863;  discharged,  July  i,  1864;  subse- 
quent service  in  6ist  Infantry;  see  25th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
June  n,  1863,  with  rank  from  February  5, 
1863,  vice  P.  McLaughlin,  promoted. 

LONGWELL,  JAMES  M.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  Paw  Paw,  Mich., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  June  21, 1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  June  26,  1861 ; 
Captain,  Company  I,  June  12,  1862;  dis- 
charged, November  21,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  16, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  orig- 
inal ;  not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant 
nor  Captain. 

MAHEN,  DANIEL,  age  33  years ;  enrolled 
April  16,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  June  20,  1861;  as  Major,  Decem- 
ber i,  1862;  promoted  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
May  17,  1863;  returned  to  Major,  Novem- 
ber 30,  1863,  Lieutenant-Colonel  Holt 
having  returned  to  regiment ;  mustered  out 
as  Major  with  regiment,  July  i,  1864,  at 
New  York  city;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  20, 
1861,  original;  Major,  January  14,  1863, 
with  rank  from  December  I,  1862,  vice  T. 
Holt,  promoted;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Au- 
gust 7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  16,  1863, 
vice  T.  Holt,  promoted  Colonel,  74th  In- 
fantry. 

McCAMLY,  JAMES  M.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  June  21,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  November  4,  1861 ; 
discharged,  April  26,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original;  Cap- 
tain, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  4,  1861,  vice  Thomas  Holt,  pro- 
moted. 

MCLAUGHLIN,  PHILIP,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled June  17,  1861,  at  Boston,  Mass.,  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  June  22,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, August  16,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lievitenant,  May  6,  1862 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  February  5,  1863 ; 
deserted,  March  i,  1864,  at  Brandy  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 


ant, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  6,  1862,  vice  H.  H.  Edlesson,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  June  n,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  5,  1863,  vice  J. 
B.  Zeigler,  resigned. 

MILES,  PHILIP,  age  32  years;  enrolled 
April  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  November  i,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, December  9,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  20, 1861,  original ;  not  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant. 

MITCHELL,  JOHN,  age  33  years ;  enrolled 
April  21,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  Company  F,  November  I, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  I,  Novem- 
ber 14,  1861;  killed  in  action,  May  5,  1862, 
at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  20,  1861,  original;  not  commis- 
sioned Captain. 

MOORE,  M.  PRICE,  age  53  years ;  enrolled 
at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  De- 
cember i,  1862;  discharged,  May  22,  1863; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Decem- 
ber i,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  20, 
1862,  vice  H.  E.  Brown,  promoted. 

NEILL,  JOHN,  age  27  years ;  enrolled  April 
17,  1861,  at  Paterson,  N.  J.,  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  June  20,  1861 ;  discharged,  Oc- 
tober 20,  1861 ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  20,  1861,  original. 

NELSON,  FRANK  H.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled January  i,  1862,  at  Boston,  Mkss.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  February  7,  1862 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  March  17,  1862;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  April  I,  1862 ;  killed  in 
action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  April  25, 
1862,  with  rank  from  April  3,  1862,  vice 
Robert  Blighton,  resigned. 

OAKLEY,  JOHN  M.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled June  17,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  July  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  November  12,  1861 ;  dis- 


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charged,    October   31,    1862;   not  commis- 
sioned. 

O'REILLY,  HENRY  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled June  3,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years ;  musiered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  October  8,  1861 ;  killed 
in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg, 
Va. ;  commissioned  Captain,  January  16, 

1862,  with  rank  from  October  8,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

PETERSON,  ANTHONY,  age  47  years; 
enrolled  at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as-  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  June  21,  1861 ;  discharged, 
August  6,  1861 ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  i,  1861,  original. 

PRICE,  BENJAMIN,  age  41  years;  enrolled 
April-  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  June  21,  1861 ;  captured-  in  action, 
May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  no  date 
of  exchange ;  killed  in  action,  July  23, 

1863,  at  Wapping  Heights,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned   Captain,    December    i,    1862,    with 
rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original. 

PURDY,  LOVELL,  age  56  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  June  29,  1861 ; 
transferred  as  First  Lieutenant  to  Com- 
pany D,  February  15,  1862;  discharged, 
June  25,  1862;  enrolled  and  appointed  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October-  23,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  July  16,  1863; 
dropped,  April  30,  1864;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  Janu- 
ary 16,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  29,  1861, 
original;  not  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant second  entry  into  service. 

ROBINSON,  GEORGE,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  21,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  October  4, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  December 

1,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  H,  De- 
cember 27,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  July 

2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  discharged  for 
disability,    March    2,    1864;    commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  21,   1861,  original;   First 
Lieutenant,   December   I,   1862,  with   rank 
from  October  4,  1861,  vice  H.  V.  Rocka- 
fellow,   resigned;    Captain,   June    II,    1863, 

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with  rank   from  December  27,   1862,  vice 
E.   E.   Dodge,   resigned. 

ROCKAFELLOW,  HENRY  V.,  age  30 
years;  enrolled  April  19,  1861,  at  Staten 
Island  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  21, 
1861 ;  discharged,  October  4,  1861 ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  January  16, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

ROGERS,  DON  C,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Paw  Paw,  Mich.,  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  June  21,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  January  2,  1863;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  May  20,  1863; 
wounded-  in;  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa.;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  April  9,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  September  14,  1863,  with 
rank  from  December  27,  1862,  vice  John 
N.  Coyne,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
February  23,  1864,  with  rank  from  May 
.  20,  1863,  vice  N.  C.  Ash,  appointed  Adju- 
tant. 

SCANDRETT,  HARRY  A.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  E,  June  22,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  July  4,  1863 ;  re-enlisted-  as  a  vet- 
eran, December  3-1,  1863;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1864;  mustered 
out  with  company,  July  i,  1864,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, April  29,  1864,  with  rank  from-  Janu- 
ary i,  1864,  vice  John  N.  Coyne,  pro- 
moted. 

SCHOONMAKER,  JONATHAN  B.,  age 
23  years;  enrolled  May  6,  1861,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Commis- 
sary-Sergeant, 71  st  Infantry,  August  10, 
1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
this  regiment,  November  I,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  December  9,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
K,  March  18,  1864;  appointed  Quarter- 
master, April  i,  1864;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  July  i,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber i,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  I, 
1862,  vice  J.  C.  Bogart,  resigned;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  23,  1864,  with  rank 
from  December  9,  1862,  vice  P.  Miles,  dis- 
charged ;  Quartermaster,  February  23,  1864, 
with  rank  from  August  29,  1863,  vice  G. 
Banker,  resigned. 


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SHERMAN,  GEORGE  W.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  Port  Jervis  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  20,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  2,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1862,  .with 
rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original. 

SHIELDS,  EDWARD-,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  June  21,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  October  8,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  June  25,  1862;  discharged",  De- 
cember 6,  1862;  not  commissioned. 

SICKLES,  DANIEL  E.,  age  39  years-;  au- 
thorized by  the  war  department  to  recruit 
this  regiment;  mustered  in  as  Colonel, 
June  29,  1861 ;  discharged,  September  3, 
1861,  for  promotion  to  Brigadier-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers ;  commissioned  Colonel, 
January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  29, 
1861,  original. 

STEVENS,  GORHAM  P.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Boston,  Mass.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as.  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  November  21,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Wil- 
liamsburg,  Va. ;  promoted  First  Lieuten- 
ant, June  12,  1862 ;  died,  of  his  wounds, 
August  12,  1862;  not  commissioned. 

STEVENSON,  JAMES,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  14,  i86r,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  October  8,  1861 ;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  6,  1862; 
discharged,  November  25,  1862;  not  com- 
missioned. 

TACKABERRY,  WILLIAM  G.,  late  Cap- 
tain, ooth  Infantry ;  appointed  Second* 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  this>  regiment,  De- 
cember 19,  1862;  dismissed,  May  30,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  June  u, 
1863,  with  rank  from  December  19,  1862, 
vice  N.  C.  Ash,  promoted. 


TINGLEY,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, June  29,  1861 ;  discharged,  August 
31,  1861 ;  commissioned  Surgeon,  January 
16,  1862,  with  rank  from-  June  29,  1861, 
original. 

TORRE,  ROBERT  W.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled, and  appointed  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  November  19,  1862;  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  to  date  November 
21,  1862;  dropped,  May  12,  1863;  not  com- 
missioned. 

WASHBURN,  DANIEL  W.,  age  23-  years ; 
enrolled  at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  June  27,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, August  8,  1861,  at  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  not  commissioned. 

YOUNG,  CHARLES  L.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled June  13,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  October  8,  1861 ; 
as  Captain,  May  6,  1862.;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, May  3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va., 
and  May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ; 
served  on  the  staff  of  General  Sickles, 
Hooker,  Hancock  and  others  at  various 
times ;  mustered-  out  with  company,  July 
i,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  8,  1861,  original ; 
Captain,  December  I,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  6,  1862,  vice  H.  B.  O'Reilly,  killed  in 
action. 

ZEIGLER,  JOSEPH  B.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  June  22,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  November 
14,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F, 
February  i,  1863;  discharged,  February  5, 
1863;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember i,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  6, 
1862,  vice  George  W.  Sherman,  resigned. 


SEVENTY-FIRST   REGIMENT   OF   INFANTRY. 

Second  Regiment  Excelsior,  or  Sickles',  Brigade;  Jackson  Light  Regiment. 

Recruiting  for  this  regiment,  originally  the  Jackson  Light  Infantry,  was  commenced 
by  Col.  George  B.  Hall  and  Lieut.-Col.  Henry  L.  Potter  as  early  as  April  25,  1861.  In 
May,  1861,  the  organization  joined  the  Excelsior  Brigade,  raised  by  General  Sickles  under 


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special  authority  from  the  War  Department,  as  its  second  regiment.  It  was  organized  at 
Camp  Scott,  Staten  Island,  and  there  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three 
years  between  June  20  and  July  18,  1861.  December  u,  1861,  it  received  its  State  numerical 
designation  in  accordance  with  the  orders  of  the  Secretary  of  War,  dated  December  5, 
1861.  The  men  of  the  regiment  not  entitled  to  be  discharged  with  it  were  transferred, 
July  7,  1864,  to  the  i2Oth  Infantry. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally :  A  and  D  at  Newark,  N.  J. ;  B,  C  and  F  at 
New  York  city ;  E  at  Orange,  N.  J. ;  G  at  Philadelphia,  Pa. ;  H  at  Olean  and  New  York 
city,  I  at  Great  Valley  and  Colchester;  and  K  at  Kingston. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  July  23,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C.,  from 
July,  1861 ;  in  Sickles'  Brigade,  Hooker's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October 
15,  1861 ;  in  same,  2d,  Brigade  and  2d  Division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from 
March,  1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  4th  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  April, 
1864;  in  4th  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d  Corps,  from  May  13',  1864,  and,  commanded  by  Lieut- 
Col.  Thomas  Rafferty,  Col.  H.  L.  Potter  being  absent  on  detached  service  on  account  of 
wounds,  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  4  officers,  60  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  3  officers,  27  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
i  officer,  73  enlisted  men;  total,  8  officers,  160  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  168;  of  whom  10 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

1862. 
April           6 
April   10- 
May  4 
May  31- 
June   i 
June         i  5 

Fair  Oaks   Va                                           

i 

3 

i 

2 

i 

8 

i 

75 

20 
3 

nS 

Fair  Oaks   Va                   

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

June  25- 
July  2 
June         2  s 

3 

3 

Oak  Grove        

3 

3 

i 

25 
4 

Glendale  

30 
July            i 
July            2 
Aug.   26- 
Sept.  a 
Aug.         27 
29 
30 
Dec.    11—15 

I 

Malvern  Hill                      

Carter's  Hill              

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

5 

55 

22 

114 

3 

39 
91 
IS 

Kettle  Run     

i 

IS 
8 

i 

4 
3 

Groveton  

Bull  Run                          

1863. 
May        1-3 
July        1-3 
23 
Nov.           7 
Nov.   26- 
Dec.   2 

23 
13 

Gettysburg   Pa          

i 

9 

7 

6 

55 

Wapping  Heights   Va  

Kelly's  Ford    Va                   

Mine  Run  Campaign,  Va  

1 

8 

9 

18 

14 
5 

Locust  Grove                   

i 

2 

I 
I 

J 

i 
i 

2 
J      , 

2 

8 

i 

I 
2 

3 

2 

Wilderness,  Va  

1864. 
May        5-7 
8-21 
10 

12 

May   22-26 
27-31 
June     i—  12 

i 

Landron's  Farm  

Salient  

I 
I 
2 

I 

V" 

i 

I 

8 

North  Anna,  Va  

Totopotomoy,  Va  
Cold  Harbor,  Va  

J 

I 

Before  Petersburg,  Va  

June   15- 
July   7 
June   15-19 

21-22 

Assault  of  Petersburg,  Va  

s 

2 

}  ; 

ii 

3 

23 

i 

2 

433 

Weldon  Road,  Va  

On  detached  service  

On  picket  in  1862  

Total  loss.  . 

4 

60 

3 

27 

20 

215 

4 

150 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
GEORGE  B.  HALL,  from  July  18,  1861,  to 

April  28,   1863. 
HENRY  L.   POTTER,   from   May  I,  1863, 

to  December  31,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
HENRY  L.  POTTER,  from  July  18,  1861, 

to   May  I,   1863. 
THOMAS  RAFFERTY,  from  May  I,  1863, 

to  July  30,  1864. 

Majors. 
PETER   McDERMOTT,   from  July   18  to 

August  i,  1861. 
JOHN  TOLER,   from  August   10,  1861,  to 

September  15,  1862. 
THOMAS    RAFFERTY,    from    August    i, 

1862,  to  May  i,  1863. 

Adjutants. 
JAMES  W.   POWELL,  JR.,  from  July  18, 

1861,  to  May  31,  1862. 
ALEXANDER  M.  McCUNE,  from  May  31 

to  August  5,  1862. 
JOHN  O'CONNELL,  from  August  5,  1862, 


Quartermasters. 
JAMES  W.  POWELL,  SR.,  from  July  18, 

1861,  to  September  16,   1862. 

HENRY    LIEBMAN,    from    September    6, 

1862,  to  April  3,  1863. 

JOHN  E.  POTTER,  from  May  I,  1863,  to 
July  30,  1864. 

Surgeons. 
JOHN  J.  McGOWAN,  from  July  18,  1861, 

to  November  20,   1862. 
JAMES  ASH,  from  November  20,  1862,  to 

May  12,  1863. 
EDWARD   T.    PERKINS,    from   May    13, 

1863,  to  July  30,  1864. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
JAMES  ASH,  from  July  18,  1861,  to  July 

29,  1861. 
GEORGE    McALLISTER,    from    July    29, 

1861,  to  September  7,  1863. 
JOHN  YOUNGLOVE,  JR.,  from  November 

4,  1862,  to  July  30,  1864. 


Chaplain. 

JOSEPH   H.  TWICHELL,   from  Jully   18, 
1861,  to  July  30,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
JOHN  TOLER,  from  June  20  to  August  10, 

1861. 

PATRICK  NOLAN,  from  August  10,  1861, 
to  May  8,  1864. 


First  Lieutenants: 
PATRICK  NOLAN,  from  June  20,  1861,  to 

August  10,  1861. 
JOSEPH   L.   PALMER,    from   October  24, 

1861,  to  June  15,  1862. 
JOHN    GALVIN,    from   June    16,    1862,   to 

December  27,    1863. 
JAMES    MCCARTHY,    from    April    16   to 

July  30,   1864. 


Second  Lieutenants: 

CHRISTOPHER  WARD,  from  June  20, 
1861,  to  March  7,  1862. 

JOHN  GALVIN,  from  March  7  to  June  16, 
1862. 

JOHN  O'CONNELL,  from  June  15  to  Au- 
gust 5,  1862. 

JOHN  DANIELS,  from  September  i,  1862, 


to 


CHARLES    SLAVIN,    from    December   31, 

1862,  to   January    i,    1863. 

THOMAS    FOGARTY,    from    January    I, 

1863,  to  April  9,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
PAUL  P.  BRADLEE,  from  June  20,  1861, 

to  November  22,  1862. 

JOHN    G.    McBLAIR,    from    September   6, 
1862,  to  July  30,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  W.  POWELL,  JR.,  from  May  10  to 

July  18,  1861. 
THOMAS  J.  LEIGH,  from  July  18,  1861, 

to  March  10,  1862. 
JOHN    G.    McBLAIR,    from    April    

to   June  28,   1862. 


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FRANK  B.  McAVOY,  from  June  28,  1862, 

to  April  3,  1863. 
BARTHOLOMEW  FOX,  from  May  i,  1863, 

to  July  30,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
THOMAS  J.  LEIGH,  from  June  20  to  July 

1 8,  1861. 
GEORGE    W.    CLAFLIN,    from    June    20, 

1861,  to  July  31,  1862. 
MICHAEL   REDMOND,    from    May    i    to 

June  8,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C 
Captains: 

JOHN  G.   BROWN,   from  June  20  to  De- 
cember — ,  1861. 
JAMES  T.   MERCER,  from  November  20, 

1861,  to  July  31,  1862. 

THOMAS  J.   LEIGH,   from  July  31,   1862, 
to  December  28,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  W.  THOMPSON,  from  June  20, 

1861,  to  January   14,   1862. 
JOHN  G.   McBLAIR,   from  January   14  to 

April  — ,   1862. 
THOMAS   J.    LEIGH,   from   March    10   to 

July  31,   1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  T.  MERCER,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember 20,  1861. 
JOHN    G.    McBLAIR,    from    November    i, 

1861,  to  January  14,    1862. 
WILLIAM   E.   WHITE,   from  January   10, 

1862,  to  January  27,   1863. 
ANDREW   LEONARD,    from   January  27, 

1863,  to  March   12,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM    H.    GREENE,    from    June   21, 

1861,  to  February  22,  1863. 
JAMES  W.  CHAMBERS,  from  March  8  to 
July   30,    1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
MATTHEW  HALL,  from  June  21,  1861,  to 

January  19,  1863. 
JAMES    W.    HOEY,    from    January   25    to 

July  6,  1863. 
JAMES    W.    CHAMBERS,    from    July    i, 

1863,  to   March  8,   1864. 


WILLIAM   H.    SHICK,    from  April  21    to 
July  30,   1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  S.  LOWENTROUT,  from  June  21, 

1861,  to   August  27,   1862. 

HIRAM     HOLMES,     from     September     I, 

1862,  to  January  14,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captain: 

OWEN  MURPHY,  from  June  21,  1861,  to 
July  30,    1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
MURTAUGH  REDMOND,   from  June  21, 

1861,  to  January  2,   1862. 
TERANCE  MURPHY,  from  January  2  to 

August   30,    1862. 

CHARLES  SLAVIN,  from  January  i,  1863, 
to  January  8,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
TERANCE  MURPHY,  from  June  21,  1861, 

to  January  2,    1862. 
CHARLES  G.  SUMMERS,  from  January  4 

to   August   10,   1862. 
EDWARD  DOUGHERTY,  from  August  4, 

1862,  to  February  9,  1863. 

JOHN  DANIELS,   from  to  June  8, 

1863. 
MICHAEL  REDMOND,  from  June  8,  1863, 

to  February  29,    1864. 
CLINTON  BRADSHAW,  from  June  22  to 

July   30,    1864. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captain : 
WALTER  A.  DONALDSON,  from  June  22, 

1861,  to  November  4,  1863, 

First  Lieutenants: 
HENRY   T.    FROST,   from  June  22,   1861, 

to  May  10,  1862. 
ALEXANDER  M.  McCUNE,  from  May  10 

to  31,   1862. 
JAMES  W.  POWELL,  JR.,   from  May  31, 

1862,  to  May  27,   1863. 

THOMAS  FOGARTY,  from  April  9  to  July 
30,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ALEXANDER  M.  McCUNE,  from  June  22, 
1861.  to  May  10,  1862. 


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BARTHOLOMEW    FOX,    from    May    10, 
1862,  to  May   i,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
EDWARD   W.    POWERS,    from   June   28, 

1861,  to  March   14,   1862. 

JOHN  G.  McBLAIR,  from  June  28  to  Sep- 
tember 6,  1862. 
THOMAS   GRAHAM,    from   September   6, 

1862,  to  February  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
THOMAS   GRAHAM,  from  June  28,   1861, 

to   September  6,   1862. 
JAMES  C.  WHALLEY,  from  September  6, 

1862,  to  March  13,   1863. 

EDWARD  F.  CONWAY,  from  October   i, 

1863,  to  January   15,   1864. 

GEORGE  H.   BROWER,  from  April  18  to 
July  30,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  F.  YOUNG,  from  June  28,  1861, 

to  February  17,  1862. 
JAMES  C.  WHALLEY,  from  February  17 

to   September  6,    1862. 
EDWARD  F.   CONWAY,   from  September 

12,  1862,  to  October  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
THOMAS  RAFFERTY,  from  July  7,  1861, 

to  August  i,  1862. 
GEORGE    W.    CLAFLIN,    from    July    31, 

1862,  to  April  21,  1863. 

JOHN    O'CONNELL,    from    March    16   to 
July  30,    1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
BENJAMIN    FRANKLIN,     from    July    7, 

1861,  to  December  20,   1862. 
EUGENE  L.  TOWNSEND,  from  December 

20,   1862,  to   September  i,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
FRANK  B.   McAVOY,   from  July  7,   1861, 

to  June  28,  1862. 
EUGENE  L.   TOWNSEND,    from   August 

28,  to  December  20,  1862. 
ANDREW  M.  ESTES,  from  December  20, 

1862,  to  July  2,   1863. 

HOSEA  D.   HEWLETT,   from   August    19 
to  December  13,   1863. 


JAMES  M.  CURTIS,  from  June  22  to  July 
30,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
ORVILLE  C.  HOWARD,  from  June  27  to 

September  20,   1861. 
JOHN    T.    BRUEN,    from    September    21, 

1861,  to  February  28,  1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  ELLWOOD,  from  April  12, 

1862,  to  June   30,    1864. 

First  Lieutenants : 
WILLIAM    H.    ELLWOOD,    from    May   2, 

1861,  to  April  12,   1862. 
JOHN   E.  POTTER,  from  May  i,   1862,  to 

May  i,  1863. 
MICHAEL  HENRY  O'BRIEN,  from  May 

30  to  July  30,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
ALBERT  J.  HOLDEN,  from  June  27,  1861, 

to  January  2,  1862. 
JOHN    E.    POTTER,    from   January   9    to 

May  i,   1862. 
HENRY  BRADLEY,  from  July  31,  1862,  to 

February  15,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
THOMAS    A.    GLOVER,    from    August  4, 

1861,  to  September  12,   1862. 
JAMES  J.  WEBB,  from  September  12,  1862, 
to  May  i,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
THEODORE  LAURIER,    from   August  4, 

1861,  to  July  i,  1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  HACKER,  from  June  4,  1862, 

to  March  25,  1863. 
HOSEA  D.  HEWLETT,  from  December  13, 

1863,  to  July  30,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  H.  HACKER,  from  April  25, 
1861,  to  June  4,  1862. 

JOHN  G.  McBLAIR,  from  September  6 
to  November  i,  1861. 

JAMES  J.  WEBB,  from  April  12  to  Sep- 
tember 12,  1862. 

JAMES  W.  HOEY,  from  September  6,  1862, 
to  January  25,  1863. 

PATRICK  McGLOUNE,  from  January  25, 
1863,  to  July  30,  1864. 


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OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

LEIGH,  THOMAS  J.,  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel. 

POWELL,  JR.,  JAMES  W.,  as  Captain. 

ROGERS,  CHARLES,  as  Captain. 

WHALLEY,  JAMES  C,  as  Captain. 

KNOX,   GEORGE  T.,  as   First  Lieutenant. 

McGINNIS,  JAMES,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

MURPHY,  HUGH,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

POWELL,  SR.,  JAMES  W.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

WARD,  CHRISTOPHER,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

REDMOND,  MURTAUGH,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

ROBB,  JOSEPH,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ASH,  JAMES,  age  42  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  July  18, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  7oth  Infantry,  July 
29,  r86i ;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  this 
regiment,  November  20,  1862;  transferred 
to  7oth  Infantry,  May  12,  1863 ;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  February  22, 

1862,  with  rank  from  July  18,   1861,  orig- 
inal ;    Surgeon,    December    i,    1862,    with 
rank  from  November  20,   1862,  vice  J.  J. 
McGowan,  dismissed. 

BRADLEE,  PAUL  P.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years1;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  dis- 
missed, November  22,  1862 ;  commissioned 
Captain,  February  22,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  20,  1861,  original. 

BRADLEY,  HENRY,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, August  i,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  De- 
cember i,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  July  31,  1862;  dis- 
missed to  date,  February  15,  1864;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  3, 

1863,  with   rank  from   July  31,    1862,  vice 
G.  W.  Claflin,  promoted. 

BRADSHAW,  CLINTON,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  June  i,  1861,  at  Olean  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  August  4,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
Company  H,  August  5,  1861 ;  promoted 


Corporal,  no  date ;  Sergeant-Major,  Feb- 
ruary 29,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  22,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  30,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  10,  1864,  with  rank  from 
June  i,  1864,  vice  T.  Fogarty,  promoted. 

BROWER,  GEORGE  H.,  age  20  years ;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  August  4,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date ;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G, 
April  18,  1864;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  March  15, 
1864,  with  rank  from  March  2,  1864,  vice 
E.  L.  Townsend,  discharged. 

BROWN,  JOHN  G.,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  C, 
June  20,  1861 ;  discharged  in  December, 
1861 ;  see  9th  Cavalry ;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  20,  1861,  original. 

BRUEN,  JOHN  T.,  age  44  years;  enrolled 
at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  I, 
September  21,  1861 ;  for  record  subsequent 
to  February  28,  1862,  see  roth  Independent 
Battery ;  not  commissioned. 

CHAMBERS,  JAMES  W.,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 73d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  this  regiment,  to 
date  July  i,  1863;  as  Captain,  March  8, 
1864;  wounded  in  action,  June  16,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  i2Oth  Infantry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  August  7, 
1863,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1863,  vice  J. 
E.  Potter,  appointed  Quartermaster ;  Cap- 
tain, March  8,  1864,  with  rank  from.  March 
20,  1863,  vice  W.  H.  Greene,  dismissed. 

CLAFLIN,  GEORGE  W.,  age  29  years ;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ; 
promoted  Captain,  Company  H,  July  31, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  such,  March  9,  1863; 
discharged,  April  21,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  21,  1862,  vice  T.  J.  Leigh, 
promoted ;  Captain,  February  3,  1863,  with 


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rank  from  July  31,  1862,  vice  J.  W.  Powell, 
Jr.,  declined. 

CONWAY,  EDWARD  R,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled April  16,  1861,  at  Philadelphia,  Pa., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  G,  August  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
mated  Sergeant  in  April,  1862;  First  Ser- 
geant, October  25,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  to  date  September  12, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  October  i,  1863;  dismissed, 
January  15,  1864,  at  Brandy  Station,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  February 
3,  1863,  with  rank  from  September  12, 
1862,  vice  J.  J.  Webb,  promoted ;  First 
Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
March  13,  1863,  vice  J.  C.  Whalley,  dis- 
missed. 

CURTIS,  JAMES  M.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  17,  1861,  at  Olean  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  H,  July  7,  1861 ;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran  and  promoted  Sergeant,  Decem- 
ber 25,  1863 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  22,  1864;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  i88th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  10, 
1864,  with  rank  from  June  I,  1864,  vice 
Henry  Bradley,  dismissed. 

DANIELS,  JOHN,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
June  13,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
E,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  September  I,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  such,  December  31,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  E,  no  date;  dis- 
missed, June  8,  1863 ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  I,  1862,  vice  John 
O'Connell,  promoted. 

DONALDSON,  WALTER  A.,  age  33  years ; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  F,  June  22,  1861 ;  captured 
in  action,  no  date;  paroled,  August  14, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at 
Chancellorsville,  Va.,  and  July  2,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  discharged  for  disability, 
November  4,  1863;  commissioned  Captain, 
February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  22, 
1861,  original. 

DOUGHERTY,  EDWARD,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  I,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 


vate, Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  Company  E,  July  19,  1861 ; 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  4,  1862;  cap- 
tured in  action,  August  29,  1862,  at  Bristoe 
Station,  Va. ;  paroled,  September  I,  1862, 
at  Gainesville,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  31,  1862;  discharged, 
February  9,  1863,  at  Falmouth,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  I, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  4,  1862,  vice 
W.  E.  White,  discharged. 
ELLWOOD,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Great  Valley  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  2,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted, Captain,  April  12,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  such,  January  8,  1863,-  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, May  3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ; 
dismissed,  June  30,  1864;  not  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant ;  commissioned  Captain, 
May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  21, 

1861,  original. 

ESTES,  ANDREW  M.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H, 
July  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal  and  Ser- 
geant, no  dates ;  First  Sergeant,  January 
14,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  August  27, 

1862,  at    Bristoe    Station,    Va. ;    promoted 
Second    Lieutenant,    December    20,    1862 ; 
killed  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg, 
Pa. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 7,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  6,  1863, 
vice  J.  W.  Hoey,  promoted. 

FOGARTY,  THOMAS,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  December  9,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at 
Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, January  i,  1863 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  I,  1863 ;  as 
First  Liieutenant,  Company  F,  April  9, 
1864;  wounded  in  action,  May  6,  1864,  at 
the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
7,  1863,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1862, 
vice  C.  Slavin,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant; 
April  13,  1864,  with  rank  from  April  9, 
1864,  vice  J.  W.  Powell,  Jr.,  resigned. 

FOX,  BARTHOLOMEW,  age  30  years ;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  June  22,  1861 ;  pro- 


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moted  First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  10,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
such,  December  31,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  i,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  July  30,  1864,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1862,  vice  A.  M.  McCune,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank 
from  March  18,  1863,  vice  F.  B.  McAvoy, 
dismissed. 

FRANKLIN,  BENJAMIN,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  17,  1861,  at  Olean  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  July  7,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at  Bristoe  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  discharged  for  disability,  De- 
cember 20,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
enant,  February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  7,  1861,  original. 

FROST,  HENRY  T.,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
April  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  June  22,  1861 ;  discharged, 
May  10,  1862 ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
enant,  February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  22,  1861,  original. 

GALVIN,  JOHN,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Newark,  Nf.  J.,  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  March  7,  1862;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  June  16,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
such,  December  31,  1862;  dismissed,  De- 
cember 27,  1863,  at  Brandy  Station,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May  I, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  10,  1861,  vice 
Christopher  Ward,  promoted ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
March  7,  1862,  vice  C.  Ward,  resigned. 

GLOVER,  THOMAS  A.,  age  37  years ;  en- 
rolled May  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  K,  August  4,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, September  12,  1862;  see  4th  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Captain,  February 
22,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  4,  1861, 
original. 

GRAHAM,  THOMAS,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Philadelphia,  Pa., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June  28,  1861 ; 
promoted  Captain,  September  6,  1862 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  such,  December  31,  1862;  dis- 
charged, February  20,  1863,  at  Falmourh, 


Va. ;  subsequent  service  in  Veteran  Reserve 
Corps ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
28,  1861,  original;  Captain,  December  i, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  6,  1862, 
vice  E,  W.  Powers,  discharged. 

GREENE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  45  years ;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  June  21,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at  Bristoe  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  dismissed,  February  22,  1863 ; 
commissioned  Captain,  February  22,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original. 

HACKER,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  33  years ;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  April  25,  1861; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  June  4,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  such,  December  31,  1862; 
discharged,  March  25,  1863;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  4,  1862,  original. 

HALL,  GEORGE  B.,  age  35  years ;  enrolled 
April  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  July 
18,  1861 ;  discharged  for  disability,  April 
28,  1863;  commissioned  Colonel,  December 
i,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  18,  1861, 
original. 

HALL,  MATTHEW,  age  331  years ;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  June  21,  1861 ;  discharged, 
January  19,  1863 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  21,  1861,  original. 

HEWLETT,  HOSEA  D.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  5th,  Infantry,  August  10,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  I46th  Infan- 
try, May  4,  1863 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  this  regiment,  August  19, 
1863 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  De- 
cember 13,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
7,  1863',  with  rank  from  May  28,  1863,  vice 
E.  F.  Comvay,  promoted ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  4,  1863,  w'tn  rank  from 
August  19,  1863,  vice  W.  H.  Hacker,  re- 
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HOEY,  JAMES  W.,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
April  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  June  22,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  September  6,  1862 ;  mustered 
in  as  such,  January  8,  1863 ;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  January  25, 
1863;  dismissed,  July  6,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  I, 

1862,  with  rank  from   September  6,   1862, 
vice  Geo.  F.  Young,  resigned ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  10,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  25,  1863,  vice  J.  C.  Whalley,  pro- 
moted. 

HOLDEN,  ALBERT  J.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled June  10,  1861,  at  Great  Valley  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  June  27,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  2,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

HOLMES,  HIRAM,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  4,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany K,  August  4,  1861 ;  promoted  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  September  I, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  such,  December  31, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  discharged,  January  14, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  I,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember i,  1862,  vice  J.  S.  Lowentrout,  killed 
in  action. 

HOWARD,  ORVILLE  C.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Great  Valley  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as-  Captain, 
Company  I,  June  27,  1861 ;  died,  of  disease, 
September  20,  1861,  in  City  hospital  at 
Washington,  D.  C. ;  not  commissioned. 

KNOX,  GEORGE  T.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered  First  Lieutenant,  February  14. 

1863,  with    rank    from  January   19,    1863, 
vice  M.  Hall,  resigned. 

LAURIER,  THEODORE,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  May  14,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  August  4,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  June  i,  1862,  at  Fair 
Oaks,  Va.,  and  died,  of  his  wounds,  July 
i,  1862;  not  commissioned. 

LEIGH,  THOMAS  J.,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
April  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  July  18,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C.,  March  10,  1862 ; 


promoted  Captain,  July  31,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness, 
Va. ;  captured  and  escaped,  no  dates ;  dis- 
charged, December  28,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original;  not 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  4,  1862,  vice  J.  G. 
Brown,  discharged ;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
not  mustered,  January  &,  1864,  with'  rank 
from  January  7,  1864,  vice  H.  L.  Potter, 
promoted. 

LEONARD,  ANDREW,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  15,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  C,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  June  30,  1861 ;  First  Ser- 
geant, November  I,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  27,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  captured  and  paroled,  no  date ; 
discharged,  March  12,  1865;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  27,  1863,  with  rank 
from  January  27,  1863,  vice  Wm.  E.  White, 
resigned. 

LIEBMAN,  HENRY,  age  gi  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
appointed  First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, September  6,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
such,  December  31,  1862;  discharged,  April 
3,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  December  I,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  6,  1862,  vice  J.  W- 
Powell,  Sr.,  discharged. 

LOWENTROUT,  JOHN  S.,  age  22  years ; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  June  21,  1861 ; 
killed  in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at  Bris- 
toe  Station,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  I,  1862,  with  rank 
from.  June  21,  1861,  original. 

MCALLISTER,  GEORGE,  age  34  years; 

enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  appointed  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, July  29,  1861 ;  discharged  for  dis- 
ability, September  7,  1863;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  March  8,  1862,  vice  J.  Ash, 
transferred  to  7oth  Infantry. 
McAVOY,  FRANK  B.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  17,  1861,  at  Olean  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  July  7,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  June 


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28,  1862;  mustered  in  as  such,  December 
31,  1862;  dismissed,  April  3,  1863;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  22, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  7,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  December  I,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  28,  1862,  vice  J.  W. 
Powell,  Jr.,  discharged. 

McBLAIR,  JOHN  G.,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
August  23,  1861,  at  Washington,  D.  C, 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  September  6, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  C,  Novem- 
ber i,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, January  14,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany B,  in  April,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  June  28,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  B,  September  6,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  30,  1864, 
at  New  York  city ;  not  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  I,  1862,  with  rank  from  Janu- 
ary 14,  1862,  vice  G.  W.  Thompson,  re- 
signed; Captain,  December  I,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  28,  1862,  vice  Paul  P. 
Bradlee,  dismissed. 

MCCARTHY,  JAMES,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled August  29,  1862,  at  Brooklyn  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  5th  Artillery,  August  30, 
1862 ;  promoted  Corporal,  September  17, 
1862;  Sergeant,  November  25,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
this  regiment,  April  16,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  30,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
March  15,  1864,  with  rank  from  January 
7,  1864,  vice  J.  Galvin,  dismissed. 

McCUNE,  ALEXANDER  M.,  age  26  years ; 
enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  22,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  May  10,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Adjutant,  May  31,  1862; 
discharged,  August  5,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  74th  Infantry ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  22,  1861,  original;  not 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  nor  Adju- 
tant. 

McDERMOTT,  PETER,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ma- 
jor, July  18,  1861 ;  discharged,  August  i, 
1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  iToth  Infantry; 
prior  service  in  ist  Ohio  Volunteers  in 
Mexican  War;  commissioned  Major,  Feb- 


ruary 22,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  18, 
1861,  original. 

McGlNNIS,  JAMES,  age  18  years ;  enrolled 
May  15,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
C,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal  in 
April,  1862;  Sergeant  in  April,  1863;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  March  16,  1864; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  i2Oth  Infantry, 
July  7,  1864;  discharged,  October  15,  1864; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  28,  1864,  with  rank  from 
March  8,  1864,  vice  H.  Murphy,  declined. 

McGLOUNE,  PATRICK,  age  18  years ;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  August  I,  1861 ;  First 
Sergeant,  July  31,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, August  27,  1862,  at  Bristoe  Station, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  January  25,  1863 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  July  30,  1864,  at  New- 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, February  10,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  25,  1863,  vice  J.  W.  Hoey,  pro- 
moted. 

McGOWAN,  JOHN  J.,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled April  28,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years1;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, July  18,  1861 ;  dismissed,  November 
20,  1862 ;  commissioned  Surgeon,  February 
22,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  18,  1861, 
original. 

MERCER,  JAMES  T.,  age  39  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  November  20,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, July  31,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original ;  not 
commissioned  Captain. 

MURPHY,  HUGH,  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, declined,  First  Lieutenant,  March 
15,  1864,  with  rank  from  March  8,  1864, 
vice  C.  Slavin,  dismissed. 

MURPHY,  OWEN,  age  36  years;  enrolled 
May  10,  1861,  at  Orange  N.  J.,  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  June  21,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Captain,  February  22,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original. 

MURPHY,  TERANCE,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Orange,  N.  J.,  to 


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serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  21,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  January  2, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  August  27,  1862, 
at  Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  August  30,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  18,  1861,  with 
rank  of  same  date  vice  Murtaugh  Red- 
mond, promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May 
i,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  2,  1862, 
vice  Murtaugh  Redmond,  resigned. 

NOLAN,  PATRICK,  age  26  years ;  enrolled 
May  I,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted 
Captain,  August  10,  1861 ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, June  i,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  December  3>i,  1862; 
killed  in  action,  May  8,  1864,  at  Spotsyl- 
vania  Court  House,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original ;  Cap- 
tain, February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  10,  1861,  vice  J.  Toler,  promoted. 

O'BRIEN,  MICHAEL  HENRY,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  August  29,  1862,  at  Syra- 
cuse to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  C,  I49th  Infantry, 
September  17,  1862;  promoted  Sergeant,  no 
date;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  this  regiment,  May  30,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  30,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  March  15,  1864,  with  rank 
from  January  7,  1864,  vice  E.  F.  Conway, 
dismissed. 

O'CONNELL,  JOHN,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  July  7,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant- 
Major,  July  18,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  15, 
1862;  promoted  First  Lieutenant  and  Ad- 
jutant, August  5,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
such,  December  31,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, July  2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  H.  March 
16,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
30,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  I,  1862,  with  rank 
from  March  7,  1862,  vice  J.  Galvin,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  De- 
cember i,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  5, 
1862,  vice  J.  W.  Powell,  Jr.,  promoted; 
Captain,  March  15,  1864,  with  rank  from 
July  31,  1863,  vice  T.  Rafferty,  promoted. 


PALMER,  JOSEPH  L.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  October  24,  1861 ;  killed 
in  a  skirmish,  June  15,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks, 
Va. ;  not  commissioned. 

PERKINS,  EDWARD  T.,  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, 72d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, of  this  regiment,  May  13,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  July  30,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Surgeon, 
May  20,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  18, 
1863,  vice  J.  Ash,  transferred  to  7oth  In- 
fantry. 

POTTER,  HENRY  L.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, July  18,  1861 ;  wounded  iin 
action,  August  27,  1862,  at  Bristoe  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May  I, 
1863;  dismissed  to  date  December  31, 
1864;  dismissal  revoked  and  honorably  dis- 
charged to  date,  July  30,  1864,  at  New 
York  city ;  order  of  discharged  amended 
to  make  discharge  date  December  31,  1864; 
commissioned  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Decem- 
ber i,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  18,  1861, 
original ;  Colonel,  August  7,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  I,  1863,  vice  G.  B.  Hall, 
mustered  out. 

POTTER,  JOHN  E.,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
at  New  Marlboro,  Mass.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  January  9,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  such,  December  31,  1862;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  May  I,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster, 
May  i,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  not  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  May  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  9,  1862,  original;  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  August  7, 
1863,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1863,  vice  H. 
Liebman,  resigned. 

POWELL,  SR.,  JAMES  W.,  age  43  years ; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  July  18, 
1861 ;  discharged,  September  16,  1862 ; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  I,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  21,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  18,  1861,  original. 

POWELL,  JR.,  JAMES  W.,  age  21  years ; 


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enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  thirty  days;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861 ;  appointed  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  this  regiment,  May  10,  1861 ;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  July 
18,  1861 ;  captured  and  paroled,  May  30, 
1862,  at  Bottom's  Bridge,  Va. ;  transferred 
as  First  Lieutenant  to  Company  F,  May 
31,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  August  27, 
1862,  at  Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  discharged, 
May  27,  1863,  to  accept  appointment  in 
Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  February  22, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  18,  1861,  orig- 
inal ;  Captain,  not  mustered,  declined,  De- 
cember I,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  31, 
1862,  vice  T.  Rafferty,  promoted. 

POWERS,  EDWARD  W.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  April  12,  1861,  at  Philadelphia, 
Pa.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  June  28,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, March  14,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain  February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  28,  1861,  original. 

RAFFERTY,  THOMAS,  age  39  years ;  en- 
rolled May  12,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  July  7,  1861 ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, June  25,  1862,  near  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ; 
promoted  Major,  August  I,  1862 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  such  December  31,  1862;  as 
'Lieutenant-Colonel,  May  i,  1863 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  July  30,  1864,  at 
New  York  city;  commissioned  Captain, 
February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  7, 
1861,  original;  Major,  December  i,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  31,  1862,  vice  John 
Toler,  resigned ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Feb- 
ruary 6,  1864,  with  rank  from  M'ay  I,  1863, 
vice  T.  J.  Leigh,  not  mustered. 

REDMOND,  MICHAEL,  age  20  years ;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Orange,  N.  J.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  E,  June  21,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  I,  1863 ; 
transferred  to  Company  E,  June  8,  1863; 
dismissed,  February  29,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863, 
with  rank  from  May  I,  1863,  vice  G.  W. 
Claflin,  promoted. 

REDMOND,  MURTAUGH,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  Orange,  N.  J., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  a?  First 


Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  21,  1861 ; 
discharged,  January  2,  1862 ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 22,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  21, 
1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  July  18, 
1861,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  W. 
Powell,  Sr.,  appointed  Quartermaster. 

ROBB,  JOSEPH,  age  38  years;  enrolled 
April  17,  1861,  at  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  G,  June  28,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, October  25,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
February  12,  1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
December  25,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
June  12,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  B,  I2oth  Infantry,  July 
7,  1864,  returned  to  ranks,  same  date;  died, 
of  his  wounds,  February  20,  1865 ;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
June  10,  1864,  with  rank  from  June  I, 
1864,  vice  Michael  Redmond,  dismissed. 

ROGERS,  CHARLES,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Captain,  March  8,  1864,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  W.  A.  Donaldson, 
resigned. 

SHICK,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled June  4,  1861,  at  Philadelphia,  Pa., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  G,  June  28,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Quartermaster- Sergeant,  September 
i,  1862;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  Febru- 
ary 14,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  April  21,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  May  15,  1864,  near 
Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va. ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  July  30,  1864,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
April  13,  1864,  with  rank  from-  April  9, 
1864,  vice  J.  W.  Chambers,  promoted. 

SLAVIN,  CHARLES,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  June  20,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  31,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  January  I,  1863 ; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Get- 
tysburg, Pa.;  dismissed,  January  8,  1864.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  February 
3,  1863,  with  rank  from  December  20,  i362, 
vice  E.  L.  .Townsend,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
August  30,  1862,  vice  T.  Murphy,  died,  of 
wounds  received  in  action. 

SUMMERS,  CHARLES  G,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  at  Camp  Farnum,  Md.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 


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Lieutenant,  Company  E,  January  4,  1862; 
discharged,  August  10,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  74th  Infantry;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

THOMPSON,  GEORGE  W.,  age  40  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  June  20,  1861 ; 
discharged,  January  14,  1862 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original. 

TOLER,  JOHN,  age  44  years ;  enrolled  May 
i,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
A,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Major,  Au- 
gust 10,  1861 ;  discharged,  September  15, 
1862;  commissioned  Captain,  February  22, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  20,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Major,  May  I,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  9,  1861,  vice  P.  McDermott,  re- 
signed. 

TOWNSEND,  EUGENE  L.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  April  28,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  appointed  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  August  28,  1862 ; 
mustered  in  as  such,  December  30,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  to  date  December  20, 
1862;  discharged,  September  I,  1863;  sub- 
sequent service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber i,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  28, 
1862,  vice  F.  B.  MeAvoy,  promoted ;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  3,  1863,  with  rank 
from  December  20,  1862,  vice  Benjamin 
Franklin,  resigned. 

TWICHELL,  JOSEPH  H.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city 

.  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chap- 
lain, July  18,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, July  30,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  December  2,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  18,  1861,  original. 

WARD,  CHRISTOPHER,  age  28  years ;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  20,  1861 ; 
discharged,  March  7,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original ;  First 
Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  December  i, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  10,  1861,  vice 
P.  Nolan,  promoted. 

WEBB,  JAMES  J.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Great  Valley  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  June  27,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 


tenant, Company  K,  April  12,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at 
Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, September  12,  1862;  discharged,  May 
i,  1863;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  bre- 
vet; commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember i,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  12, 
1862,  original ;  Captain,  February  3,  1863, 
with  rank  from  September  12,  1862,  vice 
T.  A.  Glover,  discharged. 

WHALLEY,  JAMES  C,  age  30  years ;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  Philadelphia,  Pa., 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  June  28,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  February  17, 
1862;  First  Lieutenant,  September  6,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  such,  December  31,  1862; 
dismissed,  March  13,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  I,  1862,  with  rank 
from.  February  17,  1862,  vice  G.  F.  Young, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  December  i, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  6,  1862, 
vice  T.  Graham,  promoted ;  Captain,  not 
mustered,  February  3,  1863,  with  rank  from 
August  4,  1862,  vice  T.  J.  Leigh,  declined. 

WHITE,  WILLIAM  E.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  12,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  July  7,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  January  lo,  1862 ; 
wounded  in  action,  June  6,  1862,  at  Fair 
Oaks,  Va. ;  discharged,  January  27,  1863 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May  r, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  14,  1862, 
vice  T.  Murphy,  promoted. 

YOUNG,  GEORGE  F.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June  28,  1861 ; 
discharged,  February  17,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  22, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  28,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

YOUNGLOVE,  JR.,  JOHN,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  August  9,  1862,  at  Verona  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany L,  ist  Mounted  Rifles,  August  28, 
1862;  promoted  Corporal,  to  date  August 
9,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  November  4,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  July  30,  1864,  at  New 
York  city;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
October  25,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
20,  1862,  original. 


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SEVENTY-SECOND  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 
Third  Regiment,  Excelsior,  or  Sickles',  Brigade. 

This  regiment,  raised  under  special  authority  from  the  War  Department,  granted  to 
Gen.  D.  E.  Sickles,  May  18,  1861,  was  organized,  under  Col.  Nelson  Taylor,  at  Camp  Scott, 
Staten  Island,  and  there  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years  in 
June,  July,  August,  October  and  November,  1861.  One  company  of  the  68th  Militia 
(Dunkirk)  formed  part  of  this  regiment.  Pursuant  to  the  order  of  the  Secretary  of 
War,  dated  December  5,  1861,  it  received  its  State  numerical  designation  December  n, 
1861.  Company  L  was  transferred  to  Companies  A,  I  and  K  February  25,  1862.  The 
men  not  entitled  to  be  mustered  out  with  the  regiment  were  formed  into  a  detachment 
which,  from  June  20,  1864,  served  with  the  I20th  Infantry,  to  which  the  remaining  men 
were,  in  November,  1864,  finally  transferred. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally :  A  and  K  in  New  York  city ;  B  at  James- 
town ;  C  in  Vermont ;  D  and  E  at  Dunkirk ;  F  at  Newark,  N.  J. ;  G  at  Westfield ;  H  at 
Dunkirk  and  New  York  city,  and  I  at  Delhi.  Company  L  was  recruited  principally  in 
New  Jersey,  Massachusetts,  Delhi,  Sinclairsville  and  Plattsburg. 

The  regiment,  except  Companies  H  and  L,  which  joined  October  25,  1861,  left  the 
State  July  24,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C.,  in  a  provisional  brigade,  from 
July,  1861 ;  in  Sickles'  Brigade,  Hooker's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October 
15,  1861 ;  in  same,  2d,  Brigade,  2d  Division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March, 
1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  4th  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  April,  1864;  in 
4th  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  May  13,  1864;  the  com- 
panies remaining  attached  to  the  i2Oth  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  in  the  3d  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d 
Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  July,  1864.  Companies  A,  B,  D,  E,  F,  I  and  K,  under 
command  of  Lieut-Col.  John  Leonard,  were  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  June 
19  and  20,  1864,  before  Petersburg,  Va. ;  Companies  G,  C  and  H,  remaining,  were  mustered 
out  July  2  and  20  and  October  31,  1864,  respectively. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  7  officers,  in  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  5  officers,  51  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
i  officer,  95  enlisted  men;  total,  13  officers,  257  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  270;  of  whom  10 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc.: 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Near  Budd's  Ferry   Md        

1861. 
Oct.          23 

i 

i 

2 

4 

Boyd's  Hole   Va                 

1862. 
March       20 

Stafford  Court  House    Va 

April           6 
April  10- 
May    4 
May            5 
May   31- 
June     r 
June          1  2 

i 

59 

2 

22 

5 

62 

5 

44 

195 

5 
5 

87 

Fair  Oaks   Va  

Fair  Oaks    Va                   

5 

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

June  25- 
July    2 
June         2  s 

61 

4 

2 

Glendale 

3° 

July            i 
Aug.            5 
Aug.  26— 
Sept.    2 
Aug.         27 

I 

3 

Malvern  Hill  

i 

IS 

Malvern  Hill  

Gen   Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

2 

31 

7 

37 

Kettle  Run  

5 

3 

29 

30 

Bull  Run  .  . 

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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

1862. 
Dec.    11—15 

8 

101 

114 

8 

Chancellorsville,  Va  

1863. 
May        1-3 

4 

ii 

7 

i 

i 

2 

6 

6 
6 

22 

66 

i 

54 
28 

Gettysburg,  Pa  

23 
Nov.            7 
Nov.  26- 
Dec.     2 
Nov.         27 

Kelly's  Ford,  Va  

Mine  Run  Campaign,  Va  

3 

i 

I 

i 

14 

20 

21 
40 

12 
3 

Locust  Grove  

Wilderness,  Va  

1864. 
May        5-7 
8-21 

IO 
12 
22-26 
27-31 

June     i—  12 

3 
6 

Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va  

2 

3 

24 
9 

Landron's  Farm  

Salient  .  ^  

I 

I 

North  Anna,  Va  

Totopotomoy,  Va  

I 

I 

Cold  Harbor,  Va  

Before  Petersburg,  Va  

June  15- 
Oct.  31 
June  15—19 

Assault  of  Petersburg,  Va  

14 

Weldon  Railroad,  Va  

21-23 
July   27—29 

Deep  Bottom,  Va  

Strawberry  Plains,  Va  

Aug.  14—18 

Poplar  Springs  Church,  Va  

Oct.             2 

Boydton  Plank  Road,  Va  

27-28 

On  picket  June  21,  1862  

I 
675 

Total  loss  

7 

III 

5 

51 

28 

326 

i 

146 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

NELSON  TAYLOR,  from  July  23,  1861,  to 

September  9,  1862. 
WILLIAM  O.  STEVENS,  from  September 

8,  1862,  to  May  3,  1863. 
JOHN  S.   AUSTIN,  from  May  4,  1863,  to 

June  27,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
ISRAEL  MOSES,   from  June  3,   1861,   to 

October  20,  1862. 
JOHN  S.  AUSTIN,  from  October  25,  1862, 

to  May  4,  1863. 
JOHN  LEONARD,  from  May  4   1863,  to 

June  19,  1864. 

Majors. 

WILLIAM  O.   STEVENS,  from  June  25, 

1861,  to  September  8,  1862. 

JOHN     LEONARD,     from     September    8, 

1862,  to  May  4,  1863. 

CASPAR  K.  ABELL,  from  May  4,  1863,  to 
June  19,  1864. 

Adjutants. 

STEPHEN  M.   DOYLE,   from  July  23  to 

November  i,  1861. 
WILLIAM    J.    O'NEILL,    from    November 

i,   1861,  to  April  29,  1862. 


HUGH  C.  HINMAN,  from  July  8  to  De- 
cember 26,  1862. 
JAMES    A.    SMITH,    from    December    26, 

1862,  to  June  24,  1863. 
ALEXANDER  M.  CLARK,  from  June  24, 

1863,  to  January  i,   1864. 

ROBERT   H.    SAVAGE,    from   January    i 

to  March  5,  1864. 
HENRY  JONES  YATES,  from  March  i  to 

June  19,  1864. 

Quartermasters. 
THOMAS  W.  G.  FRY,  from  July  23,  1861, 

to  April  2,   1863. 
JOHN  McNEIL  GRANT,  from  November 

22,  1862,  to  June  19,  1864, 

Surgeon. 

CHARLES  K.  IRWIN,  from  July  24,  1861, 
to  June  19,  1864. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
NATHANIEL  W.  LEIGHTON,  from  July 

23,  1861,  to  October  3,  1862. 
EDWARD  T.  PERKINS,  from  October  17, 

1862,  to   May  13,  1863. 

GEORGE  D.  TOWNSEND,   from  October 
21,  1862,  to  October  — ,  1863. 


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2737 


WILLIAM  M.  JONES,  from  November  3, 

1862,  to  July  29,  1863. 

FREDERICK    W.    SIMPSON,    from    No- 
vember 13,  1863,  to  May  9,  1864. 

Chaplains. 
LEVI  W.  NORTON,  from  July  24,  1861,  to 

April   20,    1862. 
WILLIAM  R.  EASTMAN,  from  January  i, 

1863,  to  June  19,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 

GEORGE  GRECHENECK,  from  June  21, 

1861,  to  May  17,  1862. 

CHARLES   GROSSINGER,   from   May   18 

to  June  23,  1862. 
HORATIO   B.   PENNOCK,  from  June  23 

to  August  4,  1862. 
EDWARD  B.  HARNETT,  from  August  5, 

1862,  to  June  20,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  GROSSINGER,  from  June  21, 
1861,  to  May  18,  1862. 

EDWARD  B.  HARNETT,  from  May  17  to 
August  5,  1862. 

JOHN  S.  MANN,  from  August  5  to  No- 
vember i,  1862. 

HENRY  J.  McDONOUGH,  from  Novem- 
ber — ,  1862,  to  October  28,  1863. 

ROBERT   H.   SAVAGE,  from   October  29, 

1863,  to  January  i,  1864. 

JOHN  KIENER,  from  February  10  to  June 
16,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD  B.   HARNETT,  from  June  21, 

1861,  to  May  17,  1862. 

JOHN  S.  MANN,  from  May  17  to  August 

5,  1862. 
WARREN  J.   STANTON,  from  August  5 

to  November  i,  1862. 
HENRY  C.  STEWARD,  from  November  i, 

1862,  to  May  i,  1863. 

JOHN  B.  HARE,  from  May  i  to  Septem- 
ber i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

JAMES  M.  BROWN,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember 5,  1861. 

DARWIN   WILLARD,   from   November   5, 
1861,  to  May  5,  1862. 
172 


JOHN  P.  SANDFORD,  from  May  5,  1862, 

to  July  28,  1863. 
PATRICK  ANDERSON,  from  August  17, 

1863,  to  June  20,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

DARWIN  WILLARD,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember 5,  1861. 

ALFRED  S.  MASON,  from  November  5, 
1861,  to  May  2,  1862. 

SAMUEL  BAILEY,  from  May  2  to  Sep- 
tember 26,  1862. 

WILLIAM  E.  WHEELER,  from  Septem- 
ber 26,  1862,  to  May  4,  1863, 

PRENTICE  ELIJAH  BISHOP,  from  May 
4  to  November  I,  1863. 

HENRY  C.  STEWARD,  from  November 
i,  1863,  to  June  20,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ALFRED  S.  MASON,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember 5,  1861. 

SAMUEL  BAILEY,  from  November  5, 
1861,  to  May  2,  1862. 

RINALDO  E.  JONES,  from  May  2  to  July 
7,  1862. 

MORRIS  SOLOMON,  from  July  7  to  Oc- 
tober — ,  1862. 

PRENTICE  ELIJAH  BISHOP,  from  Oc- 
tober II,  1862,  to  May  4,  1863. 

CHARLES  EBERSOLE,  from  May  5  to 
December  21,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

ISAAC  LYNDEN  CHADWICK,  from  July 

21,  1861,  to  January  16,  1863. 
JOHN  S.   MANN,  from  April  2,    1863,  to 

June   i,    1864. 
JOHN  W.  HOLMES,  from  June  i  to  July 

20,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HORATIO  B.  PENNOCK,  from  Septem- 
ber i,  1861,  to  June  23,  1862. 

WAKEMAN  HOLBERTON,  from.  May  6, 
to  June  13,  1862. 

BEREND  HUTTMANN,  from  June  23  to 
November  I,  1862. 

CHARLES  H.  HYDORN,  from  November 
i,  1862,  to  May  3,  1863. 

THOMAS  CLARK,  from  January  16  to 
April  2,  1863. 


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JULIUS  KESSLER,  from  May  5  to  June 

25,  1863, 
ROBERT  H.   SAVAGE,   from  March  5  to 

July  20,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HORATIO  B.  PENNOCK,  from  July  21  to 

September  i,  1861. 

WAKEMAN     HOLBERTON,    from    Sep- 
tember i,  1861,  to  May  6,  1862. 
THOMAS   CLARK,   from   June  2   to  July 

7,   1862. 
WILLIAM  C.   BROOKS,   from  July   7   to 

November  I,  1862. 
WILLIAM    McCONNELL,    from    October 

31,  1862,  to  June  23,   1863. 
CHARLES  A.  FOSS,  from  May  5  to  July 

7,   1863. 
HORATIO   S.    SPRINGER,   from   July   7, 

1863,  to  February  23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM  0.  STEVENS,  from  June  21  to 

June  25,  1861. 
CASPAR  K.  ABELL,  from  June  25,   1861, 

to  May  4,  1863. 
WILLIAM  E.  WHEELER,  from  May  4  to 

August  — ,  18631. 
HENRY  J.   McDONOUGH,  from   October 

28  to  November  27,  1863. 
ALEXANDER  M.   CLARK,   from  January 

i  to  June  19,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
CASPAR  K.  ABELL,  from  June  20  to  June 

25,  1861. 
HUGH  C.  HINMAN,  from  June  25,  1861, 

to  July  8,  1862. 

JOHN  H.  HOWARD,  from  May  6  to  Sep- 
tember 8,  1862. 
CHARLES  H.  HYDORN,  from  September 

8  to  November  I,  1862. 
JOHN  S.  MANN,  from  November  i,  1862, 

to  January  I,  1863. 
WILLIAM    C.   BROOKS,   from  January   i 

to  May  3,  1863. 
HENRY  JONES  YATES,  from  May  10  to 

July  i,  1863. 
JAMES   A.    SMITH,   from  June   24,    1863, 

to  April  5,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HUGH  C.  HINMAN,  from  June  20  to  June 
25,  1861. 


JOHN  H.  HOWARD,  from  June  25,  1861, 

to  May  6,   1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  POST,  from  May  10  to  July 

2,   1862. 
HENRY    J.    McDONOUGH,    from   July   2 

to  October  25,  1862. 
JULIUS    KESSLER,    from    October   25    to 

November  i,  1862. 
RICHARD  LEONARD,  from  November  i, 

1862,  to  January  i,  1863. 
ROBERT   H.    SAVAGE,    from   January    17 

to  October  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
PATRICK  BARRETT,  from  June  20,  1861, 

to  May  6,  1862. 

WILLIAM  TOOMEY,  from  May  6,  1862, 
to  June  19,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  J.   O'NEILL,   from  June  20  to 

November  i,  1861. 
WILLIAM   TOOMEY,    from   November   i, 

1861,  to  May  6,  1862. 

MICHAEL  McDONALD,  from  May  13  to 

June  25,  1862. 
WILLIAM  J.   O'NEILL,   from  April  29  to 

July  7,  1862. 
THOMAS  CLARK,  from  July  7  to  October 

31,   1862. 
PATRICK   ANDERSON,    from    November 

i,  1862,  to  June  7,  1863. 
WILLIAM  D.  HALL,  from  June  10,   1863, 

to  February  21,  1864. 
THOMAS    HARVEY,    from    March    15    to 

June   19,   1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  TOOMEY,  from  June  20  to  No- 
vember i,  1861. 

GEORGE  W.  WALLACE,  from  November 
i,  1861,  to  July  i,  1862. 

WILLIAM  McCONNELL,  from  July  7  to 
October  31,  1862. 

MICHAEL  COOKE,  from  October  31,  1862, 
to  February  5,  1863. 

SAMUEL   HOWELL,    from   December   26, 

1862,  to  July  i,  1863. 

JOHN  ROBINSON,  from  July  i,  1863,  to 

March  i,  1864. 
HORATIO  S.  SPRINGER,  from  February 

23  to  June  29,   1864. 


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OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

JOHN  LEONARD,  from  June  21,  1861,  to 

September  8,  1862. 
JOHN    H.    HOWARD,    from    September  8, 

1862,  to  January  7,  1863. 
WILLIAM  H.   POST,   from  January   7  to 

August  26,  1863. 
WILLIAM    McCONNELL,    from    January 

26  to  June  20,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  J.   McCONNELL,   from  June  21, 

1861,  to  January  2,  1862. 
JOHN    W.    HOLMES,   from   January  2   to 

July  2,  1862. 
WILLIAM    C.    BROOKS,    from    November 

1,  1862,  to  January  i,  1863. 

JOHN  S.  MANN,  from  January  i  to  April 

2,  1863. 

HENRY  C.  STEWARD,  from  May  i  to 
November  i,  1863. 

PRENTICE  ELIJAH  BISHOP,  from  No- 
vember i  to  December  26,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  W.  HOLMES,  from  June  21,  1861,  to 

January  2,   1862. 
BEREND   HUTTMANN,   from  January  3 

to   June  23,    1862. 
WILLIAM   E.   WHEELER,   from  June  23 

to  September  26,  1862. 
MICHAEL  COOKE,  from  September  26  to 

October  31,  1862. 
RICHARD  LEONARD,  from  January  i  to 

February    n,    1863'. 
HORATIO    S.    SPRINGER,   from   January 

19  to  July  7,  1863, 

JOHN  B.  HARE,  from  September  i  to  No- 
vember i,  1863. 
LUKE  HEALY,   from  November  — ,   1863, 

to  June  20,   1864. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

HARMON  J.   BLISS,   from  July  23,   1861, 

to  June  6,  1863. 
PATRICK  ANDERSON,   from   June   7   to 

August  17,  1863. 

WILLIAM  E.  WHEELER,  from  August 

— ,  1863,  to  August  23,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

COLLINS  WARREN  BLISS,  from  July 
23,  1861,  to  May  17,  1862. 


JAMES  FOGARTY,  from  June  23  to  No- 
vember i,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  POST,  from  July  2,  1862,  to 
January  7,  1863. 

ALEXANDER  M.  CLARK,  from  January 
7  to  June  24,  1863. 

HENRY  JONES  YATES,  from  July  i, 
1863,  to  March  i,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  A.  SMITH,  from  July  23,  1861,  to 
May  17,  1862. 

WILLIAM  McGINNIS,  from  June  2  to 
November  i,  1862. 

ALEXANDER  M.  CLARK,  from  Novem- 
ber i,  1862,  to  January  7,  1863. 

HENRY  JONES  YATES,  from  January  7 
to  May  10,  1863. 

LUKE  HEALY,  from  May  10  to  Novem- 
ber — ,  1863. 

JOHN  B.  HARE,  from  November  i,  1863, 
to  January  13,  1864. 

JOHN  ROBINSON,  from  March  i  to  July 
23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 

STEPHEN  M.  DOYLE,  from  November  i, 

1861,  to  July  i,  1862. 
JOHN  W.  HOLMES,  from  July  2,  1862,  to 

June  I,  1864 
JOHN  S.  MANN,  from  June  i  to  October 

31,  1864. 


First  Lieutenants: 

LEOPOLD  MARCUS,  from  September  23, 

1861,  to  July  7,  1862. 

RINALDO  E.  JONES,  from  July  7  to  Oc- 
tober 10,  1862. 

PATRICK  ANDERSON,  from  October  11 
to  November  i,  1862. 

JAMES  A.  SMITH,  from  November  i  to 
December  26,  1862. 

HARRISON  F.  ELLIS,  from  November  i, 

1862,  to  January  — ,  1863. 

WILLIAM   McCONNELL,    from   June  23, 

1863,  to  January  26,  1864. 
WILLIAM   CHALMERS,   from   November 

23,  1863,  to  October  31,  1864. 


Second  Lieutenants: 

DANIEL  LOEB,  from  November  6,  1861, 
to  June   19,  1862. 


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CHARLES  H.  HYDORN,  from  June  19  to 

September  8,  1862. 
HARRISON  F.  ELLIS,  from  September  8 

to  November  i,  1862. 
WARREN  J.  STANTON,  from  November 

i,  1862,  to  January  17,  1863. 
THOMAS    HARVEY,    from    February    18, 

1863,  to  March  15,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
ROBERT    T.    JOHNSON,    from   June   21, 

1861,  to  September  26,  1862. 
SAMUEL    BAILEY,    from    September    26, 

1862,  to  June  20,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN    P.    SANDFORD,    from    June    21, 

1861,  to  May  5,  1862. 

DANIEL  LOEB,  from  June  19  to  October 

25,  1862. 
HENRY  J.   McDONOUGH,   from  October 

25  to  November  — ,  1862. 
JAMES    FOGARTY,    from    November    i, 

1862,  to  February  5,  1863. 
MICHAEL  COOKE,  from  February  5,  1863, 

to  June  20,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HUGH  J.  WINTERS,  from  June  21,  1861, 

to  April  17,  1862. 
JAMES  FOGARTY,  from  June  3  to  June 

23,  1862. 
PATRICK  ANDERSON,  from  June  26  to 

October  n,  1862. 
HENRY  C.   STEWARD,  from  October   11 

to  November  i,  1862. 
WILLIAM  McGINNIS,  from  November  i, 

1862,  to  January  n,  1863. 
WILLIAM  D.  HALL,  from  January  11  to 

June  10,  1863. 
DAVID   B.   PARKER,  from  June  6,   1863, 

to  June  20,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
JOHN  S.  AUSTIN,  from  June  21,  1861,  to 

October  25,  1862. 

DANIEL  LOEB,  from  October  25  to  No- 
vember i,   1862. 

BEREND   HUTTMANN,    from   November 
i,  1862,  to  June  20,  1864. 


First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  P.  HOLL,  JR.,  from  June  21, 
1861,  to  April  17,  1862. 

HUGH  J.  WINTERS,  from  April  17  to 
June  2,  1862. 

JAMES  A.  SMITH,  from  May  17  to  No- 
vember i,  1862. 

THOMAS  CLARK,  from  October  31,  1862, 
to  January  16,  1863. 

HARRISON  F.  ELLIS,  from  January  — 
to  May  3,  1863. 

SAMUEL  HOWELL,  from  July  i,  1863,  to 
May  9,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

MICHAEL    McDONALD,    from   June    21, 

1861,  to  May  13,  1862. 

HENRY  BOWERS,  from  May  12  to  Sep- 
tember 15,  1862. 

ALEXANDER  M.  CLARK,  from  Septem- 
ber 8  to  November  I,  1862. 

JULIUS    KESSLER,     from    November     i, 

1862,  to  May  5,  1863. 

JOHN  McKINLEY,  from  May  5  to  No- 
vember 2,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  L. 
Captain: 

JOHN  D.  GRAHAM,  from  December  15, 
1861,  to  February  7,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN   D.   GRAHAM,   from  November   14 

to  December  15,  1861. 
JAMES   CORMACK,  JR.,   from  November 

14,   1861,  to  February  7,   1862. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

DAVID  B.  JONES,  from  November  14, 
1861,  to  February  7,  1862. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

PHILLIPS,  JOHN  P.,  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon. 

CLARK,  THOMAS,  as  Captain. 

O'NEILL,  WILLIAM  J.,  as  Captain. 

KIENER,  JOHN,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

MEDALS  OF  HONOR  GRANTED  BY  THE 
PRESIDENT  TO 

BROWN,  HENRI  LEFEVRE,  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  for  great  bravery  at  the 
battle  of  the  Wilderness,  Va.,  May  6,  1864. 


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HAIGHT,  JOHN  H.,  Sergeant,  Company 
G,  for  great  gallantry  in  the  battles  of 
Williamsburg,  Va.,  Bristoe  Station,  Man- 
assas,  Va.,  May  5,  August  27  and  August 
29,  1862,  respectively. 

KORAN,  THOMAS,  Sergeant,  Company  E, 
for  most  distinguished  gallantry  in  action 
at  Gettysburg,  Pa.,  July  2,  1863. 

YOUNG,  JAMES  M.,  Private,  Company  B, 
for  most  distinguished  gallantry  in  action 
at  the  Wilderness,  Va.,  May  6,  1864. 

BREVET  COMMISSIONS  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR  OF 
THE  STATE  TO  ENLISTED  MEN  AS  FOL- 
LOWS : 

BAKER,  JAMES  T.,  Private,  Company  B, 
Second  Lieutenant. 

HALL,  JAMES,  Corporal,  Company  B,  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. 

MARVIN,  WM.  R.,  Private,  Company  B, 
Second  Lieutenant. 

TORRENCE,  GEORGE  S.,  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ABELL,  CASPAR  K.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled May  20,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  June  20,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, June  25,  1861 ;  as  Major,  May  4, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
19,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  not  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
Captain,  January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  25,  1861,  original;  Major,  August  7, 
1863,  with  rank  from  May  4,  1863,  vice 
J.  Leonard,  promoted. 

ANDERSON,  PATRICK,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled May  23,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  E,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  November  i,  1861 ;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  June  26,  1862;  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October  n,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  E,  November  I, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  G, 
June  7,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  B, 
August  17,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  20,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
not  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  December 
i,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  II,  1862, 
vice  W.  Holberton,  discharged;  Captain, 


August  21,  1863,  with  rank  from  June  6, 
1863,  vice  H.  J.  Bliss,  died,  of  wounds 
received  in  action. 

AUSTIN,  JOHN  S.,  age  44  years ;  enrolled 
May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  June  21,  1861 ;  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, October  25,  1862;  as  Colonel,  May 
4,  1863;  wounded  in  action  at  Gettysburg, 
Pa.,  July  — ,  1863;  discharged  for  disa- 
bility, June  27,  1864;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
21,  1861,  original;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  De- 
cember I,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
25,  1862,  vice  I.  Moses,  resigned;  Colonel, 
August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  4, 
1863,  vice  W.  O.  Stevens,  killed  in  action. 

BAILEY,  SAMUEL,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
July  23,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant- 
Major,  July  24,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  B,  November  5,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  May  2,  1862;  wounded  in 
'  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  I,  Sep- 
tember 26,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  20,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
7,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  5,  1861, 
original ;  First  Lieutenant,  June  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  2,  1862,  vice  A.  S. 
Mason,  resigned;  Captain,  December  i, 

1862,  with  rank  from  October  30,  1862,  vice 
R.  T.  Johnson,  discharged. 

BARRETT,  PATRICK,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  16,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  June  20,  r86i ;  wounded  in 
action,  May  5,  1862,  and  died,  of  wounds, 
May  6,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Captain,  January  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original. 

BISHOP,  PRENTICE  ELIJAH,  age  18 
years;  enrolled  May  28,  1861,  at  James- 
town to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Corporal,  Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  November  i,  1861; 
First  Sergeant,  August  5,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  October  n, 
1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  May  4,  1863 ; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  transferred  to  Company  F,  No- 
vember i,  1863;  discharged,  December  26, 

1863,  at    Brandy    Station,    Va. ;    commis- 
sioned   Second    Lieutenant,    December    r, 


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1862,  with  rank  from  October  ir,  1862, 
"vice  M.  Solomon,  dismissed;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  4,  1863,  vice  W.  E.  Wheeler,  pro- 
moted. 

BLISS,  COLLINS  WARREN,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  28,  1861,  at  Westfield  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  July  23,  1861 ; 
discharged,  May  17,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  24,  1861,  original. 

BLISS,  HARMON  J.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  28,  1861,  at  Westfield  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  July  23,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
May  3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  died, 
of  his  wounds,  June  6,  1863  >  commissioned 
Captain,  January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  24,  1861,  original. 

BOWERS,  HENRY,  age  22  years ;  enrolled 
May  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  November  5,  1861 ;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  12, 
1862;  discharged,  September  15,  1862;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  12,  1862,  vice 
M.  McDonald,  promoted. 

BROOKS,  WILLIAM  C.,  age  21  years ;  en- 
rolled May  20,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  M'ay  6,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  July  7, 
1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  No- 
vember I,  1862 ;  transferred  to  Company 
D,  January  i,  1863;  killed  in  action,  May 
3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  7,  1862,  vice  Thomas 
Clark,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Oc- 
tober 6,  1863,  with  rank  from  October 
31,  1862,  vice  B.  Huttmann,  promoted. 

BROWN,  JAMES  M.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled May  28,  1861,  at  Jamestown  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  June  20,  1861 ;  discharged,  No- 
vember 5,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  looth 
Infantry,  as  Colonel;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, October  9,  1861,  with  rank  from  Tune 
20,  1861,  original. 

CHADWICK,  ISAAC  LYNDEN,  age  27 
years;  enrolled  April  28,  1861,  at  Staten 


Island  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  C,  July  21,  1861 ; 
discharged,  January  16,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  January  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  21,  1861,  original. 

CHALMERS,  WILLIAM,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  August  i,  1862;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  November  23,  1863 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  October  31,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  October  6,  1863,  with  rank 
from  August  27,  1863,  vice  W.  McConnell, 
promoted. 

CLARK,  ALEXANDER  M.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  28,  1861,  at  Jamestown  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  May  4,  1862;  Sergeant-Major, 
August  5,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  September  8, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  G,  Novem- 
ber i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, January  7,  1863;  as  Adjutant,  June 
24,  1863 ;  as  Captain,  Company  D,  January 
i,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
19,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  I, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  8,  1862, 
vice  W.  McGinnis,  resigned ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, June  13,  1863,  with  rank  from  Jan- 
uary 7,  1863,  vice  W.  H.  Post,  promoted ; 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  September 
5,  1863,  with  rank  from  June  24,  1863,  vice 
J.  A.  Smith,  assigned  to  Company  D ; 
Captain,  December  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  November  28,  1863,  vice  H.  J.  Mc- 
Donough,  died,  of  wounds  received  in  ac- 
tion. 

CLARK,  THOMAS,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant  in  October,  1861 ;  Sergeant- 
Major,  April  17,  1862;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  June  2,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  July 
7,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  August  29, 
1862,  at  Groveton,  Va. ;  transferred  to 
Company  K,  October  31,  1862;  to  Com- 
pany C,  January  16,  1863 ;  discharged, 
April  2,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
13,  1862,  vice  W.  Holberton,  resigned ; 


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First  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  7,  1862,  vice  W.  P.  Holl,  Jr., 
resigned;  Captain,  not  mustered,  revoked, 
June  13,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  16, 
1863,  vice  J.  L.  Chadwick,  resigned. 

COOKE,  MICHAEL,  age  30  years ;  enrolled 
May  26,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
E,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
June  23,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  September  26, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  E,  October 
31,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  February  5,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  20,  1864,  near 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  I,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  26,  1862,  vice  W.  McCon- 
nell,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  June  13, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  5,  1863, 
vice  J.  Fogarty,  resigned. 

CORMACK,  JR.,  JAMES,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  October  23,  1861,  at  Delhi  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  L,  November  14,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out,  February  7,  1862,  at  Camp  Wool 
Md. ;  not  commissioned. 

DOYLE,  STEPHEN  M.,  age  28  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  July  23,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  November  I,  1861 ;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, July  i,  1862,  at  Malvern  Hill,  Va. ; 
not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant;  commissioned  Captain,  January 
7,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  I,  1861, 
original. 

EASTMAN,  WILLIAM  REED',  age  26 
years ;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  months,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  22d  Militia,  May  28,  1862 ; 
discharged  with  company,  September  5, 
1862,  at  New  York  city ;  enrolled  near  Fal- 
mouth,  Va.,  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Chaplain,  January  i,  1863 ; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  June  19,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Chap- 
lain, April  24,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  i,  1863,  vice  Levi  W.  Norton,  re- 
signed. 

EBERSOLE,  CHARLES,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled August  12,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  August  19,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Wil- 


liamsburg,  Va. ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
November  i,  1862;  captured  in  action,  May 
3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  paroled, 
no  date;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  May  5,  1863;  transferred  to 
Company  C  as  Private,  December  21, 
1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  December 
22,  1863;  promoted  Corporal,  no  date; 
wounded  in  action,  May  23,  1864,  at  North 
Anna,  Va. ;  transferred  to  Company  K, 
i2Oth  Infantry,  as  Private,  July  23,  1864; 
promoted  Corporal,  August  20,  1864;  First 
Sergeant,  October  12,  1864;  returned  to 
Sergeant,  April  i,  1865;  captured  and  pa- 
roled, no  dates ;  mustered  out  with  detach- 
ment, June  2,  1865,  at  Camp  Parole,  An- 
napolis, Md. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  4,  1863,  vice  P.  E.  Bishop,  promoted. 

ELLIS,  HARRISON  F.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  28,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, June  21,  1861;  Sergeant,  May  6, 
1862;  First  Sergeant,  July  7,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
H,  September  8,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
November  I,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany K,  in  January,  1863;  killed  in  action, 
May  3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  i, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  18,  1862, 
vice  B.  Huttmann,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, June  13,  1863,  with  rank  from  Jan- 
uary 16,  1863,  vice  T.  Qark,  promoted. 

FOGARTY,  JAMES,  age  27  years ;  enrolled 
June  4,  1861,  at  Delhi  to  serve  three  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  I,  June 
21,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant-Major,  Jan- 
uary 2,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second,  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  June  3,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June  23,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  November  i, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  December  13, 
1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  discharged, 
February  5,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  30,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  3,  1862,  vice  H.  J.  Winters,  re- 
signed; First  Lieutenant,  December  I,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  23,  1862,  vice  E.  B. 
Harnett,  promoted. 

FOSS,  CHARLES  A.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  23,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  D,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 


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geant,  June  25,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  Sep- 
tember 8,  1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  May  5,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
July  2,  1863,  and  died,  of  his  wounds,  July 
7,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  4,  1863,  vice  S.  Howell, 
promoted. 

FRY,  THOMAS  W.  G.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled June  21,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  July  23, 
1861;  discharged,  April  2,  1863,  to  accept 
appointment  as  Captain  and  Commissary 
of  Subsistence,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  com-; 
missioned  First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  21,  1861,  original. 

GRAHAM,  JOHN  D.,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled October  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  L,  November  14, 
1861;  promoted  Captain,  December  15, 
1861 ;  mustered  out,  February  7,  1862,  at 
Camp  Wool,  Md. ;  not  commissioned. 

GRANT,  JOHN  McNEIL,  age  23  years; 
enrolled'  July  23,  1861,  at  Staten  Island 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Quar- 
termaster-Sergeant, July  24,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  November 

22,  1862;    mustered    out    with    regiment, 
June  19,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned  First   Lieutenant   and   Quarter- 
master, December  13,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  22,   1862,  vice  T.  W.   G.    Fry, 
appointed  Captain  and  Commissary  of  Sub- 
sistence, U.  S.  Volunteers. 

GRECHENECK,  GEORGE,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  May  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  June  21,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  May  5,  1862,  and  died,  oi  his 
wounds,  May  17,  1862,  at  Williamsburg, 
Va. ;  commissioned  Captain,  January  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

GROSSINGER,  CHARLES,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  May  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  21,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  May  18,  1862;  discharged,  June 

23,  1862;   commissioned  First   Lieutenant, 
January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  21, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  May  30,  1862,  with 


rank  from  May  17,  1862,  vice  G.  Grechen- 
eck,  died,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

HALL,  WILLIAM  D.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  28,  1861,  at  Westfield  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  July  23,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  June  25,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  October  u,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  January  n,  1863;  wounded  and 
captured  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at  Chan- 
cellorsville,  Va. ;  paroled,  May  23,  1863,  at 
City  Point,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  10,  1863; 
discharged,  February  21,  1864,  to  accept 
appointment  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ; 
Major,,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  13, 
1863,  with  rank  from  January  u,  1863, 
vice  W.  McGinnis,  resigned;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  21,  1863,  with  rank  from 
June  6,  1863,  vice  P.  Anderson,  promoted. 

HARE,  JOHN  B.,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
October  14,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  H,  October  31,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  July  3,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  I, 
1863 ;  transferred  to  Company  F,  Sep- 
tember i,  1863;  t°  Company  G,  Novem- 
ber I,  1863;  dismissed  January  13,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember s,  1863,  with  rank  from  April  2, 
1863,  vice  H.  C.  Steward,  promoted. 

HARNETT,  EDWARD  B.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  27,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  A.,  June  21, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  May  17,  1862 ; 
as  Captain,  August  5,  1862;  mustered  out, 
to  date  June  20,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  21,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, June  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
5,  1862,  vice  J.  P.  Sanford,  promoted ; 
Captain,  December  I,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  9,  1862,  vice  G.  Grecheneck, 
died,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

HARVEY,  THOMAS,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  16,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  E,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  September  26,  1862 ;  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  February  18, 
1863;  wounded  and  captured  in  action, 


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May  3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  pa- 
roled, June  — ,  1863;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  March  15,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  19,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  15,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  18,  1863,  vice  M.  Solo- 
mon, dismissed;  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  November 
28,  1863,  vice  R.  H.  Savage,  appointed 
Adjutant. 

HEALY,  LUKE,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
April  22,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  June  21,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, August  i,  1861 ;  Sergeant,  May  6, 
1862;  First  Sergeant,  November  i,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  May  10,  1863 ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany F,  November  — ,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  20,  1864,  near  Peters- 
burg, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1863,  vice  H.  J.  Yates,  promoted. 

HINMAN,  HUGH  C,  age  29 years;  enrolled 
May  20,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  June  25,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Adjutant,  July  8,  1862;  discharged,  De- 
cember 26,  1862;  not  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
25,  1861,  original;  Adjutant,  December  I, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  23,  1862,  vice 
W.  J.  O'Neill,  discharged. 

HOLBERTON,  WAKEMAN,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  September  i,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  May  6,  1862;  dis- 
charged, June  13,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  I,  1861,  original ;  First 
Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  7,  1862,  vice  Wm.  Toomey,  promoted. 

HOLL,  JR.,  WILLIAM  P.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  21,  1861 ; 
discharged,  April  17,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original. 

HOLMES,  JOHN  W.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled June  14,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J., 


to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  21, 1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  January  2, 
1862 ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  H, 
July  2,  1862;  wounded1  in  action,  May  3, 
1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va.;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  June  I,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  July  20,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March 
13,  1865;  commissioned?  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
21,  1861,  original ;  First  Lieutenant,  Janu- 
ary 17,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  2, 
1862,  vice  H.  J.  McConnell,  resigned;  Cap- 
tain, July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  2, 
1862,  vice  Stephen  M.  Doyle,  killed  in  ac- 
tion. 

HOWARD,  JOHN  H.,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
May  20,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  25,  1861 ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, May  6,  1862;  Captain,  Company  F, 
September  8,  1862;  discharged,  January  7, 
1863;  commissioned  Second-  Lieutenant, 
January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  25, 

1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  June  30, 

1862,  with  rank  from  May  10,  1862,  vice 
H.  C.  Hinman,  appointed  Adjutant;  Cap- 
tain,   December   i,   1862,   with   rank   from 
October  30,   1862,   vice  J.   Leonard,  pro- 
moted. 

HOWELL,  SAMUEL,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled June  4,  1861,  at  Delhi  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company 
I,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  Au- 
gust i,  1862;  Sergeant-Maj or,  October — , 
1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  De- 
cember 26,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  July  i,  1863;  dis- 
missed, May  9,  1864;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank 
from  December  26,  1862,  vice  W.  McCon- 
nell, promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  August 
7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  4,  1863,  vice 
H.  F.  Ellis,  killed  in  action. 

HUTTMANN,  BEREND,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled May  25,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  June  21,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  November  5, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  January  3,  1862 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  June  23,  1862;  as 


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Captain,  Company  K,  November  i,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  20,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  2,  1862,  vice  J.  W. 
Holmes,  promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember I,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  23, 
1862,  vice  W.  H.  Post,  promoted;  Cap- 
tain, October  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 31,  1862,  vice  D.  Loeb,  resigned. 

HYDORN,  CHARLES  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  28,  1861,  at  Hebron,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered- in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  July  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant-Major, June  2,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  19, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
September  8,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany C,  November  i,  1862 ;  killed  in  action, 
May  3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  20, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  13,  1862,  vice 
Daniel  Loeb,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 8,  1862,  vice  H.  B.  Pennock,  promoted. 

IRWIN,  CHARLES  K,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled June  21,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
July  24,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, June  19,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  January  7,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original. 

JOHNSON,  ROBERT  T.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled June  4,  1861,  at  Delhi  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  I, 
June  21,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  May  5, 
1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  discharged, 
September  26,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Ma- 
jor, i44th  Infantry;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  7,  1862,  with*  rank  from  June  21, 
1861,  original. 

JONES,  DAVID  B.,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
October  9,  1861,  at  Berlin,  Mass.,  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  L,  November  14,  1861 ; 
mustered  out,  February  7,  1862,  at  Camp 
Wool,  Md. ;  not  commissioned. 

JONES,  RINALDO  E.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled May  28,  1861,  at  Jamestown  to  serve 
three  (years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  December  21,  1861 ;  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  2,  1862;  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  July  7,  1862 ;  dismissed,  Feb- 
ruary 18,  1863,  to  date  October  10,  1862; 


commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  June  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  2,  1862,  vice 
Samuel  Bailey,  promoted ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  7, 

1862,  vice   Leopold    Marcus,    resigned. 
JONES,  WILLIAM  M.,  age  49  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered    in    as    Assistant    Surgeon,    No- 
vember 3,  1862;  discharged  for  disability, 
July    29,     1863 ;     commissioned     Assistant 
Surgeon,  October  31,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  27,  1862,  original. 

KESSLER,  JULIUS,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  K,  June  21,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  July  8,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second-  Lieutenant,  Company 
D,  October  25,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany K,  November  i,  1862;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  5,  1863;  dis- 
missed, June  25,  1863;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  October  25,  1862,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  H.  Bowers,  dis- 
charged; First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863, 
with  rank  from  May  5,  1863,  vice  C.  H. 
Hydorn,  killed  in  action. 

KIENER,  JOHN,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
June  12,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 
September  19,  1861 ;  Sergeant,  May  25, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  transferred  to  Company 
A,  September  I,  1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  vet- 
eran, December  24,  1863;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  February 
10,  1864;  kitted  in  action,  June  16,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  October  6, 

1863,  with   rank  from   February   n,    1863, 
vice  R.   Leonard,  discharged ;   First   Lieu- 
tenant, December  15,  1863,  with  rank  from 
October    25,    1863,    vice    J.    Kessler,    dis- 
missed. 

LEIGHTON,  NATHANIEL  W.,  age  28 
years;  enrolled  June  30,  1861,  at  Staten 
Island  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Assistant  Surgeon,  July  23,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  3,  1862,  for  promotion  to 
Surgeon,  I73d  Infantry;  commissioned  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  December  I,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  30,  1861,  original. 

LEONARD,  JOHN,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
April  15,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to  serve 


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three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  June  21,  1861 ;  as  Major,  Septem- 
ber 8,  1862;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  May  4, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
19,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  January  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  21,  1861,  original;  Major,  De- 
cember I,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
25,  1862,  vice  W.  O.  Stevens,  promoted; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  August  7,  1863,  wlt;h 
rank  from  May  4,  1863,  vice  J.  S.  Austin, 
promoted. 

LEONARD,  RICHARD,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  F,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, July  7,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  June  27, 
1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  No- 
vember I,  1862 ;  transferred  to  Company  F, 
January  i,  1863;  discharged,  February  ir, 
1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  October 
31,  1862,  vice  W.  C.  Brooks,  promoted. 

LOEB,  DANIEL,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
September  23,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  November  6,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  June  19, 
1862;  as  Captain,  Company  K,  October  25, 
1862;  discharged,  November  i,  1862;  sub- 
sequent service  in  i87th  Infantry ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  23,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  June  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  6,  1862,  vice  W.  J. 
O'Neill,  promoted;  Captain,  October  25, 
1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  S. 
Austin,  promoted. 

MANN,  JOHN  S.,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
May  23,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  December  7,  1861 ;  Sergeant-Ma- 
jor, May  6,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  17,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  5,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  D,  November  I,  1862; 
to  Company  F,  January  I,  1863 ;  promoted 
Captain,  Company  C,  April  2,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Novem- 
ber 14,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  H, 
June  i,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
October  31,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 


commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  June  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  3,  1862,  vice 
E.  B.  Harnett,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 5,  1862,  vice  J.  H.  Howard,  promoted ; 
Captain,  September  5,  1863,  with  rank 
from  April  2,  1863,  vice  Thomas  Clark, 
discharged. 

MARCUS,  LEOPOLD,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled September  23,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  September  25, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at 
Williamsburg,  Va. ;  discharged,  July  7, 
1862;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Jan- 
uary 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
23,  1861,  original. 

MASON,  ALFRED  S.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled May  28,  1861,  at  Jamestown  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  November  5,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, May  2,  1862;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  January  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  5,  1861,  original. 

McCONNELL,  HENRY  J.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  April  19,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J., 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  21,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  2,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original. 

McCONNELL,  WILLIAM,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  28,  1861,  at  Staten  Island 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  C,  July  21,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  December  I,  1861 ;  First 
Sergeant,  May  23,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  July  7, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  C,  October 
31,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  June  23,  1863;  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  January  26,  1864;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  20,  1864,  near 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  7,  1862,  vice  G.  W.  Wallace,  re- 
signed; First  Lieutenant,  June  13,  1863, 
with  rank  from  December  23,  1862,  vice 
J.  A.  Smith,  appointed  Adjutant;  Cap- 
tain, October  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 27,  1863,  vice  W.  H.  Post,  resigned. 

MCDONALD,  MICHAEL,  age  24  years; 

enrolled  May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city 


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to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  21, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
May  13,  1862;  discharged,  June  25,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Janu- 
ary 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  21,  1861, 
original ;  First  Lieutenant,  June  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  12,  1862,  vice  C. 
W.  Bliss,  resigned. 

McDONOUGH,  HENRY  J.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  23,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  June  21,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  June  23,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  July  2,  1862 ;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  October  25,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  November,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  D,  Oc- 
tober 28,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  No- 
vember 27,  1863,  at  Locust  Grove,  Va. ; 
died  of  his  wounds,  same  date,  at  Mili- 
tary Hospital,  Brandy  Station,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  21, 

1862,  with   rank   from  July  2,   1862,  vice 
Wm.    H.    Post,  promoted;   First   Lieuten- 
ant,   December    I,    1862,    with    rank    from 
October   30,    1862,   vice   J.   A.    Smith,   ap- 
pointed    Adjutant;     Captain,     October    6, 

1863,  with  rank  from  July  30,   1863,  vice 
J.    P.   Sandford,   resigned. 

McGINNIS,  WILLIAM,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled October  4,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  October  31,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  May  17,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
G,  June  2,  1862;  transferred  to  Company 
I,  November  I,  1862;  discharged,  January 
n,  1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, May  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
17,  1862,  vice  J.  A.  Smith,  promoted. 

McKINLEY,  JOHN,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
June  13,  1861,  at  Newark,  N.  J.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 
July  I,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  May  5, 
1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, November  i,  1862;  Sergeant-Major, 
December  31,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  5,  1863;  dis- 
charged, November  2,  1863 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  5,  1863,  vice  J.  Kessler, 
promoted. 


MOSES,  ISRAEL,  age  38  years;  enrolled 
at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  3, 
1861 ;  mustered  out,  October  20,  1862,  at 
Washington,  D.  C.,  to  accept  appointment 
as  Surgeon,  U.  S.  Volunteers ;  commis- 
sioned Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  7,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  23,  1861,  original. 

NORTON,  LEVI  W.,  age  41  years ;  enrolled 
July  17,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  July 
24,  1861 ;  discharged,  April  20,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned Chaplain,  January  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  17,  1861,  original. 

O'NEILL,  WILLIAM  J.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled May  16,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  June  20,  1861 ;  as  Ad- 
jutant, November  I,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
,  Company  E,  April  29,  1862;  resigned, 
May  10,  1862;  reappointed,  to  date  May 
10,  1862;  discharged,  July  7,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
I,  1861,  original;  recommissioned  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  May  25,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  10,  1862,  vice  him- 
self, resigned ;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, Captain,  June  30,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  6,  1862,  vice  Patrick  Barrett, 
died  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

PARKER,  DAVID  B.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  28,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  June  20,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  June  6,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  20,  1864,  near 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  21,  1863,  with  rank 
from  June  6,  1863,  vice  W.  D.  Hall,  pro- 
moted. 

PENNOCK,  HORATIO  B.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  April  28,  1861,  at  Staten  Island 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  July  21,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  September  I, 
1861 ;  Captain,  Company  A,  June  23,  1862 ; 
died,  of  disease,  August  4,  1862,  near  Har- 
rison's Landing,  Va. ;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  January  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  21,  1861,  original ;  not  commis- 
sioned Captain. 

PERKINS,  EDWARD  T.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  at  Washington  to  serve  three 


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years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, October  17,  1862;  discharged,  May 
13,  1863,  for  promotion  to  Surgeon,  71  st 
Infantry;  see  ist  Infantry;  commissioned 
AssistanJ  Surgeon,  October  14,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  n,  1862,  vice  N.  W. 
Leighton,  resigned. 

PHILLIPS,  JOHN  P.;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Assistant  Surgeon,  July  23, 
1863,  with  rank  from  July  i,  1863,  vice 
E.  T.  Perkins,  promoted  Surgeon,  7ist  In- 
fantry. 

POST,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  20,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  10,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  July 
2,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  F,  January 
7,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  May  3,  1863, 
at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  discharged,  Au- 
gust 26,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  30,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1862,  vice  J.  H.  Howard,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  2,  1862,  vice  J.  W. 
Holmes,  promoted ;  Captain,  June  13, 

1863,  with  rank  from  January  7,  1863,  vice 
J.  H.  Howard,  resigned. 

ROBINSON,  JOHN,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
June  4,  1861,  at  Delhi  to  serve  three  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I,  June 
21,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal  in  October, 
1861 ;  Sergeant,  September  25,  1862;  First 
Sergeant  in  January,  1863 ;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  July  I, 
1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  transferred  to  Company 
G,  March  i,  1864;  mustered  out,  July  23, 

1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,    June    13,    1863,    with 
rank    from    February    5,     1863,    vice    M. 
Cooke,  promoted. 

SANDFORD,  JOHN  P.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled June  4,  1861,  at  Delhi  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  June  21,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
Company  B,  May  5,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, August  27,  1862,  at  Bristoe  Station, 
Va. ;  discharged,  July  28,  1863 ;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  January  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  orig- 
inal ;  Captain,  June  30,  1862,  with  rank 


from  May  5,  1862,  vice  Darwin  Willard, 
killed  in  action. 

SAVAGE,  ROBERT  H.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  June  21,  1861 ;  re- 
turned to  Sergeant,  in  October,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  October  15,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  January  17,  1863;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  October  29,  1863 ; 
appointed  Adjutant,  January  i,  1864; 
transferred  to  Company  C,  March  5,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  20,  1864; 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  June  13,  1863,  with  rank 
from  January  16,  1863,  vice  H.  F.  Ellis, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  October  6, 
1863,  with  rank  from  July  30,  1863,  vice 
H.  J.  McDonough,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  December  17,  1863, 
with  rank  from  November  28,  1863,  vice 
A.  M.  Clark,  promoted. 

SIMPSON,  FREDERICK  W.,  age  27  years ; 
enrolled  August  25,  1861,  at  Staten  Island 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  G,  74th  Infantry,  Septem- 
ber 5,  1861 ;  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  this 
regiment,  November  13,  1863 ;  dismissed, 
May  9,  1864;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, November  9,  1863,  with  rank  from 
July  29,  1863,  vice  W.  M.  Jones,  dis- 
charged. 

SMITH,  JAMES  A.,  age  23  years ;  enrolled 
May  28,  1861,  at  Westfield  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  July  23,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  May  17,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  H,  November  I,  1862; 
appointed  Adjutant,  December  26,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  June  24,  1863; 
dismissed,  April  5,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  24,  1861,  original ;  First 
Lieutenant,  May  30,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  17,  1862,  vice  C.  Grossinger,  pro- 
moted; Adjutant,  June  13,  1863,  with  rank 
from  December  28,  1862,  vice  H.  C.  Hin- 
man,  resigned. 

SOLOMON,  MORRIS,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  April  20,  1862;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  B,  July  7,  1862;  dismissed, 


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in  October,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  7,  1862,  vice  R.  E.  Jones,  promoted. 

SPRINGER,  HORATIO  S.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  28,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  January  19,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  such,  May  4,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  July  7,  1863;  to 
Company  E,  February  23,  1864 ;  discharged, 
June  29,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, March  12,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  19,  1863,  vice  W.  J.  Stanton,  re- 
signed. 

STANTON,  WARREN  J.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  October  14,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  October  31,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  May  7,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  June  25,  1862,  near  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  July  2,  1862; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  August 
5,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  H,  No- 
vember i,  1862;  discharged  for  disability, 
January  17,  1863;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  5,  1862,  vice  C.  H.  Hydorn, 
promoted. 

STEVENS,  WILLIAM  O.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  20,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  June  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Major, 
June  25,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  Sep- 
tember 8,  1862;  killed  in  action,  May  3, 
1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  not  com- 
missioned Captain;  commissioned  Major, 
January  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  22, 
1861,  original;  Colonel,  October  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  8,  1862,  vice 
Nelson  Taylor,  promoted  Brigadier-Gen- 
eral, U.  S.  Volunteers. 

STEWARD,  HENRY  C,  age  20  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Westfield  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  G, 
August  7,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  Au- 
gust 19,  1861;  First  Sergeant,  July  23, 
1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  Oc- 
tober n,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  A, 
November  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  I,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  transferred  to  Company  B,  No- 
vember i,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  20,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 


commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber i,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  n, 
1862,  vice  J.  S.  Mann,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  September  5,  1863,  with  rank 
from  April  2,  1863,  vice  J.  S.  Mann,  pro- 
moted. 

TAYLOR,  NELSON,  age  40  years ;  enrolled 
at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Colonel,  July  23,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, September  9,  1862,  for  promotion 
to  Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volunteers; 
commissioned  Colonel,  January  7,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  23,  1861,  original. 

TOOMEY,  WILLIAM,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled May  16,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  June  20,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  November  I,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
May  6,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  19,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va.;  not 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  January  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  i,  1861, 
original ;  Captain,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  7,  1862,  vice  W.  J.  O'Neill,  re- 
signed. 

TOWNSEND,  GEORGE  D.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  October  21. 
1862;  no  record  of  service  subsequent  to 
October,  1863 ;  not  commissioned. 

WALLACE,  GEORGE  W.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  23,  1861,  at  Dunkirk  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  August  8,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  November  I, 
1861 ;  discharged,  July  i,  1862 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  i,  1861, 
original. 

WHEELER,  WILLIAM  E.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  28,  1861,  at  Westfield  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  July  23,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  June  13,  1862;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  23, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  September  26,  1862 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  May  4,  1863;  transferred 
to  Company  G,  in  August,  1863 ;  mustered 
out,  to  date  August  23,  1864,  near  Peters- 
burg, Va. ;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember i,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  30, 
1862,  vice  S.  Bailey,  promoted ;  Captain, 


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August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  4, 
1863,  vice  C.  K.  Abell,  promoted. 

WILLARD,  DARWIN,  Private,  Troop  E, 
U.  S.  Mounted  Rifles,  October  2, 
1846;  transferred  to  Troop  C,  April  2, 
1847;  to  Troop  E,  May  21,  1847;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  August  24,  1847;  Ser- 
geant, October  29,  1847;  returned  to  Pri- 
vate, December  3,  1847;  transferred  to 
Troop  D,  December  26,  1847;  promoted 
Sergeant,  August  i,  1848;  discharged,  Au- 
gust 26,  1848;  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled May  28,  1861,  at  Jamestown  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  this  regiment,  June 
20,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  November  5,  1861 ; 
killed  in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Williams- 
burg,  Va. ;  not  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant ;  commissioned  Captain,  January  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  5,  1861, 
vice  J.  M.  Brown,  resigned. 

WINTERS,  HUGH  J.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  one  month ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  7th  Militia,  April  26,  1861 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  3,  1861, 
at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled  June  4, 


1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  this  regiment,  June  21,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
April  17,  1862;  discharged,  June  2,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Jan- 
uary 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  2,  1861, 
original;  not  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

YATES,  HENRY  JONES,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  May  28,  1861,  at  Jamestown  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  B,  June  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, May  4,  1862;  First  Sergeant,  Oc- 
tober II,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  January  7,  1863; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  10, 
1863 ;  transferred  to  Company  G,  July  I, 
1863;  mustered  in  as  Adjutant,  March  I, 
1864;  wounded  in  action  at  the  Wilder- 
ness, Va.,  in  1864;  mustered  out,  to  date 
June  19,  1864;  Captain,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, June  13,  1863,  with  rank  from  Jan- 
uary 7,  1863,  vice  A.  M.  Clark,  promoted ; 
First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank 
from  May  10,  1863,  vice  W.  C.  Brooks, 
killed  in  action. 


SEVENTY-THIRD  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY  (VETERAN). 

Fire  Brigade;  Second  Fire  Zouaves;  Fourth  Excelsior  Regiment;  Fourth 

Regiment,  Sickles'  Brigade. 

This  regiment  was  organized  at  Camp  Decker,  Staten  Island,  under  the  special  author- 
ity granted  by  the  War  Department  to  Gen.  Daniel  E.  Sickles,  and  July  25,  1861,  to  Col. 
William  R.  Brewster  by  the  consolidation  of  men,  recruited  by  Col.  James  Fairman,  under 
authority  from  the  War  Department,  dated  August  19,  1861,  for  the  Fourth  Excelsior 
Regiment,  and  the  men  recruited  for  the  Second  Fire  Zouaves  by  Col.  John  Baulch,  suc- 
ceeded by  Colonel  Brewster.  It  received  its  State  numerical  designation  December  II, 
1861,  in  accordance  with  the  orders  of  the  Secretary  of  War  of  December  5,  1861.  The 
regiment  was  recruited  principally  in  New  York  city  and  of  members  of  the  fire  depart- 
ment, and  it  was  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years  at  Camp 
Decker,  between  July  8  and  October  8,  1861.  In  the  fall  of  1862,  a  new  company  joined  the 
regiment  and  took  the  letter  C ;  January  20,  1863,  Company  G  was  transferred  to  E,  and 
the  members  of  the  i63d  Infantry,  six  companies,  375  men,  received  by  consolidation  as 
follows :  the  men  of  Company  C,  i6jd  Regiment,  went  to  Companies  A  and  B,  73d  Regi- 
ment, those  of  D  to  A,  F  and  I;  of  F  to  C,  D  and  K;  of  A  to  D  and  G;  of  B  to  G; 
of  E  to  F  and  I.  At  the  expiration  of  its  term  of  service  the  men  entitled  thereto  were 
discharged,  and  the  remainder  consolidated  into  seven  companies,  A,  B,  E,  F,  G,  H  and  I, 
and  retained  in  service.  June  i,  1865,  it  received  by  transfer  the  enlisted  men  of  the 
I2oth  Infantry,  not  mustered  out  with  their  regiment. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  October  8,  1861 ;  served  in  Sickles'  Brigade,  Hooker's 
Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October,  1861 ;  in  same,  2d,  Brigade,  2d  Division, 
3d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March,  1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  4th  Division,  2d  Corps, 


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Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  April,  1864;  in  4th  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army 
of  the  Potomac,  from  May  13,  1864;  in  ist  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  the 
Potomac,  from  July,  1864;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under 
Col.  Michael  W.  Burns,  June  29,  1865,  near  Washington,  D.  C. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  12  officers,  107  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  5  officers,  29  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
2  officers,  74  enlisted  men;  total,  19  officers,  260  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  229;  of  whom 
15  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. ; 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Stafford  Court  House    Va 

1862. 
April           6 
April  10- 
May  4 
May            5 
May  31- 
June  i 
June          1  2 

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

2 

20 

i 

4 

I 

61 
10 

15 

104 

ii 

7 
16 

35 

Fair  Oaks,  Va  

Fair  Oaks   Va 

i 

9 

Fair  Oaks    Va 

June  25- 
July  2 
June         25 

6 

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

i 

33 

I 

Oak  Grove 

4 

3 

Fair  Oaks 

28-29 
29 
30 
July            i 
Aug.            5 
Aug.  26- 
Sept.  2 
Aug.          2  7 
29 
30 

i 

Malvern  Hill 

Malvern  Hill   Va 

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

3 

32 

I 

50 

i 

38 

162 
8 

Kettle  Run 

2 

8 

i 

4 

Bull  Run 

Chancellorsville,  Va  

1863. 
May        1-3 
July        1-3 
23 
Oct     15-16 

I 

4 

2 

47 

i 

2 
9 

2 
10 

27 
83 

i 

8 

Gettysburg   Pa  .    .      .        

Catlett's  Station   Va 

18 
Nov.           7 
Nov.  26- 
Dec.  2 
Nov.         27 
1864. 
May        5-7 
8-21 
10 

12 
22-26 
27-31 

i 

i 

Kelly'  Ford    Va 

Mine  Run  Campaign,  Va  

1 

Locust  Grove  

J 

6 

3 

Si 

20 

i 

5 

2 

66 
3& 

14 

6 

30 
6 
3 
4 

Wilderness,  Va  

2 

I 

i 

2 

Salient  

2 

I 
I 

10 
4 

North  Anna,  Va  

Totopotomoy,  Va  

I 

2 
I 

Cold  Harbor   Va 

Before  Petersburg,  Va  

June  15- 
April  2, 
1865 

6 

2 

I 

21 

i 

2 

)•• 

I 

3 

i 

21-23 

2 

Oct                      2 

Boydton  Plank  Road    Va 

27-28 

i 

I 

3 

3 

26 

34 

Hicksford  Raid    Va 

1865. 

Feb         5   7 

3 

3 
6 

Appomattox  Campaign,  Va  

Mar.  28- 
April  9 
Mar.   29-31 
April           2 
6 
7 
9 

6 

"White  Oak  Ridge  

Appomattox  Court  House  

Total  loss  

12 

107 

5 

29 

25 

378 

5 

74 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

WILLIAM  R.  BREWSTER,  from  Septem- 
ber 13,  1861,  to  October  24,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
A.    D.   HAYS,  from  July   10  to   August   i, 

1861. 
LEWIS     BENEDICT,     from     August     28, 

1861,  to  September  I,  1862. 
WILLIAM    McCAULEY,    from    November 

i,  1862,  to  January  n,  1863. 
MICHAEL  W.  BURNS,  from  January  16, 

1863,  to  June  29,  1865. 

Majors. 
JOHN   D.   MORIARTY,   from  August  27, 

1861,  to  July  7,  1862. 

MICHAEL  W.  BURNS,  from  November  I, 

1862,  to  January  16,  1863. 

JOHN  T.   LAWRENCE,  from  January  16, 

1863,  to   September  29,  1864. 
LAWRENCE  H.  THOMPSON,   from  Oc- 
tober 25,  1864,  to  June  29,  1865. 

Adjutants. 
GEORGE  LEFORT,   from   September  5  to 

November  20,   1861. 
JOHN    T.    LAWRENCE,    from    November 

20,  1861,  to  January  2,  1863. 
LAWRENCE  H.  THOMPSON,  from  May 

i  to  September  I,  1863. 
GEORGE    B.    DORIS,    from   November   4, 

1863,  to  January  31,   1865. 
JOSEPH    A.    KENT,   from   February   i    to 

June  29,  1865. 

Quartermasters. 
JOHN  A.  McCOSKER,  from  September  5, 

1861,  to  August  4,  1862. 

JAMES  T.  BRADY,  from  August  4,   1862, 

to  April  22,    1864. 
MATHEW   STEWART,  from  April  30  to 

May   12,   1864. 
WILLIAM    BUTCHER,    from   January    10 

to  May  15,   1865. 

Surgeons. 
HENRY  P.   BOSTWICK,  from  September 

5,   1861,  to  March  20,  1862. 
FOWLER    PRENTICE,    from    March    31, 

1862,  to  May  17,  1865. 

173 


ICHABOD  H.  SEARLE,  from  May  18  to 
June  29,  1865. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
FRANK    RIDGWAY,    from    September    5, 

1861,  to  June  30,  1863. 

OLIVER  B.  ADAMS,  from  November  18, 

1862,  to  June  3,  1863. 

ICHABOD  H.  SEARLE,  from  July  16,  1863, 

to  May  1 8,  1865. 
GUSTAVUS  J.  ACKLEY,  from  June  2  to 

June  29,  1865. 

Chaplain. 

JOSEPH  B.  O'HAGAN,  from  October  9, 
1861,  to  September  10,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
MICHAEL  W.   BURNS,  from  August  14, 

1861,  to  November  i,  1862. 
JOHN  PHELAN,  from  November  i,  1862, 

to  June  21,   1864. 
THOMAS    MANNING,    from    July    5    to 

November  10,  1864. 
JOHN  SHIEL,  from  November  n,  1864,  to 

April  3,    1865. 
JOHN  G.  NOONAN,  from  June  7  to  June 

29,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
NATHANIEL  J.   SHAW,  from  August   14 

to  November  5,  1861. 
JOHN  PHELAN,  from  November  6,   1861, 

to  July   i,   1862. 
JAMES  McDERMOTT,  from  July  i,  1863, 

to  January  i,  1864. 
THOMAS  MANNING,  from  January  i  to 

July  5,  1864. 
CHRISTOPHER     WILLIAM     WILSON, 

from  January  12  to  June  29,   1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  PHELAN,  from  August  14  to  No- 
vember 6,  1861. 

WILLIAM  GLENNON,  from  November  6, 
1861,  to  September  22,  1862. 

THOMAS  MANNING,  from  July  i,  1863, 
to  January  I,  1864. 

CHRISTOPHER  WILLIAM  WILSON, 
from  November  18,  1864,  to  January  12, 
1865. 


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OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
THOMAS  SMITH,  from  August  20,  1861, 

to  November  21,  1863. 

HENRY  BELL,  from  January  i,  1864,  to 
June  29,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN   J.   GLASS,    from   August  20,   1861, 

to  May  5,  1862. 
THOMAS  J.   MoGRATH,   from  ,  to 

June  25,  1863. 
CHARLES    H.    POTTER,    from    June   26, 

1863,  to  June  29,  1865, 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES,  H.  WHITFIELD,  from  Au- 
gust 20  to  November  19,  1861. 

GUSTAVE  A.  WALLIS,  from  November 
19,  1861,  to  February  28,  1862. 

THOMAS  J.  M'cGRATH,  from  September 
i,  1862,  to  . 

CHARLES  R.  NEAR,  from  January  18  to 
September  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 
ARCHIBALD  GIBSON,  from  October  10, 

1861,  to  June  3,   1862. 

JOHN  DOWNEY,  from  October  I,  1862, 
to  October  — ,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
BENJAMIN     BEACH,    from    October    8, 

1861,  to  May  5,  1862. 

THOMAS    DENNEN,    from    November    i, 

1862,  to  May  2,  1863. 

JAMES  M.  FORREST,  from  May  4,  1863, 
to  September  I,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WALTER  R.  TREMAIN,  from  Juiy  6  to 

August  20,  1861. 
WILLIAM  H.  LUDLOW,  from  October  8, 

1861,  to  August  12,  1862. 
THOMAS  DENNEN,   from  August   12  to 

November  I,  1862. 
JAMES  W.  CHAMBERS,  from  January  19 

to  September  21,  1863. 
GEORGE   P.   DENNEN,   from   May  29  to 

July  2,  1863. 
GEORGE   B.   DORIS,   from   August   16   to 

November  4,   1863. 


OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

DANIEL  CROWLEY,  from  July  10  to  No- 
vember 19,  1861. 

GEORGE  LE  FORT,  from  November  20, 
1861,  to  May  20,  1864, 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  D.  BUCK,  from  July  10  to  Septem- 
ber i,  1861. 

WILLIAM  GLEASON,  from  ,  to 

November  19,  1861. 

FRANK  E.  YATES,  from  November  20, 
1861,  to  December  11,  1862. 

GEORGE  H.  RAMSEY,  from  January  — , 
to  June  25,  1863. 

BENEDICT  A.  LEONARD,  from  February 
i  to  May  12,  1864, 

Second  Lieutenants: 

MICHAEL  FEENEY,  from  July  10  to  Sep- 
tember i,  1861. 
HENRY   H.    LEWIS,    from    November   20, 

1861,  to  August  27,  1862. 

GEORGE  H.  RAMSEY,  from  September  I, 

1862,  to  January  — ,  1863. 

WILLIAM    BUTCHER,   from  January    18, 

1863,  to  July  21,   1864. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM  M.  FISK,  from  August  14,  1861, 

to  April  13,  1865. 
JOHN  G.   NOONAN,   from  February   I   to 

June  7,  1865. 

RICHARD  W.  CLARK,  from  June  2  to 
June  29,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  EDWIN  TREMAIN,  from  August 
14,  1861,  to  November  i,  1862. 

HENRY  BELL,  from  January  i,  1863,  to 
January  i,  1864. 

PATRICK  McKENNA,  from  January  6  to 

July  22,   1864. 

JAMES  M.  FORREST,  from  September  i, 

1864,  to  January  24,  1865. 
BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN  SNYDER,  from 

April  16  to  June  29,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  GLENNON,  from  August  14  to  No- 
vember 19,  1861. 


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WASHINGTON  MULLEN,  from  Septem- 
ber i,  1861,  to  September  8,  1862. 

HENRY  BELL,  from  November  i,  1862,  to 
January  I,  1863. 

JAMES  M.  FORREST,  from  January  18  to 
May  4,  1863. 

MARTIN  E.  HIGGINS,  from  May  i  to 
July  9,  1863, 

JAMES  H.  WOOD,  from  June  2  to  June 
29,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
MANUEL  SILVA,  from  July  20  to  August 

17,   1861. 
ALFRED   A.   DONALDS,   from   August   i, 

1861,  to  August  27,  1862. 

EUGENE  C.    SHINE,   from   September   i, 

1862,  to  July  2,   1863. 

LAWRENCE  H.  THOMPSON,  from  Sep- 
tember i,  1863,  to  October  25,  1864. 

SAMUEL  C.  GREENWALT,  from  June  6 
to  June  29,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

MATHEW    STEWART,   from   July  20   to 

September  I,  1861. 
EUGENE   C.   SHINE,   from    September    i, 

1861,  to  September  I,  1862. 
BERNARD  KIERNAN,  from  September  I 

to  December  10,   1862. 
WILLIAM    FARRELL,     from    ,    to 

January   18,   1863. 
WILLIAM  LOGAN  HERBERT,  from  May 

29  to  July  2,  1863. 
JOHN  SHIEL,  from  November  i,  1863,  to 

July   I,    1864. 
SAMUEL  C.  GREENWALT,  from  July  5, 

1864,  to  June  6,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  J.  SKELAN,  from  July  20  to  Oc- 
tober 4,  1861. 

MICHAEL  FEENEY,  from  September  i 
to  November  19,  1861. 

BERNARD  KIERNAN,  from  March  19  to 
September  i,  1862. 

WILLIAM  FARRELL,  from  September  — , 

1862,  to  . 

JAMES  A.  McDONOUGH,  from  Novem- 
ber i,  1862,  to  October  2,  1863. 

MICHAEL  CARROLL,  from  June  6  to 
June  29,  1865. 


OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

JOHN  FEENEY,  from  August  20,  1861,  to 
May  24,  1862. 

JOHN  PHELAN,  from  July  i  to  November 
i,  1862. 

HENRY  EDWIN  TREMAIN,  from  No- 
vember i,  1862,  to  May  i,  1863. 

JAMES  McKENNA,  from  August  10,  1863, 
to  June  29,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  T.  LAWRENCE,   from  August  20, 

to  September  i,  1861. 
MATHEW  STEWART,  from  September  i, 

1861,  to  September  22,  1862. 
JAMES    McKENNA,   from   January    18   to 

August  10,  1863. 
RICHARD    F.    TIGHE,    from    August   — , 

1863,  to  August  31,  1864. 

JOHN    G.    NOONAN,    from    September    i, 

1864,  to  February  i,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES   L.   REYNOLDS,   from  August 

20  to   September   i,   1861. 
WILLIAM     SMITH,    from     September    2, 

1861,  to  August  10,  1862. 

JAMES  M.  FORREST,  from  November  i, 

1862,  to  January  18,  1863. 
RICHARD  F.  TIGHE,  from  January  18  to 

August  — ,   1863. 
EDWARD  HARRIS,  from  May  i,  1863,  to 

March  19,  1864. 
WILLIAM  BUTCHER,  from  July  21,  1864, 

to  January  10,  1865. 
JOHN  FISHER,  from  April  16  to  June  29, 

1865. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 

Captains: 

WILLIAM  McCAULEY,  from  September 
29,  1861,  to  November  I,  1862. 

JOHN  T.  LAWRENCE,  from  January  2 
to  January  16,  1863. 

FRANCIS  E.  MORAN,  from  March  30  to 
May  15,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  T.  LAWRENCE,  from  September  I 
to  November  20,  1861. 

ROBERT  D.  EVANS,  September  29,  1861. 

LAWRENCE  H.  THOMPSON,  from  No- 
vember i,  1862,  to  May  i,  1863. 


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MICHAEL  FEENEY,   from  August   15  to 

December   14,    1863. 
MICHAEL   HARNEY,   from  November   i, 

1863,  to   April   12,    1864. 
JOHN  BELL,  from  July  5,  1864,  to  June  29, 

1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  L.  REYNOLDS,  from  Septem- 
ber i,  1861,  to  May  15,  1862. 

JOHN  P.  SHORT,  September  29,  1861. 

DANIEL  DEMPSEY,  from  May  22  to  Au- 
gust 12,  1862. 

LAWRENCE  H.  THOMPSON,  from  Au- 
gust 12  to  November  i,  1862. 

MICHAEL  FEENEY,  from  November  i, 
1862,  to  August  15,  1863. 

FRANCIS  E.  MORAN,  from  May  i,  1863, 
to  March  30,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
CHARLES  B.  ELLIOTT,  from  August  2, 

1861,  to  July  7,  1862. 
JOHN   P.    SHORT,   from  July   7,   1862,  to 

October  20,  1863. 
JAMES  McDERMOTT,  from  January  i  to 

May  31,   1864. 
JOHN  DOWNEY,  from  October  — ,  1864, 

to  June  29,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ARCHIBALD  GIBSON,  from  August  2  to 
October  10,  1861. 

JOHN  D.  BUCK,  from  September  i  to  No- 
vember 19,  1861. 

JOHN  P.  SHORT,  from  January  — ,  1862, 
to  July  7,  1862. 

DANIEL  P.  HARDY,  from  January  i  to 
June  25,  1863. 

JOHN  SHIEL,  from  July  i  to  November 
n,  1864. 

CHARLES  W.  BOWERS,  from  June  8  to 
June  29,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WASHINGTON  MULLEN,  from  August 
2  to  September  I,  1861. 

JOHN  P.  SHORT,  from  September  i,  1861, 
to  January  — ,  1862. 

JOHN  MCALLISTER,  from  July  21  to  Au- 
gust 27,  1862. 


JAMES  McDERMOTT,  from  September  i, 

1862,  to  July  i,  1863. 
DANIEL    P.    HARDY,    from    October    i, 

1862,  to  January  i,  1863. 

PATRICK    SMITH,    from   March    i,    1863, 

to   May   2,    1864. 
CHARLES    W.    BOWERS,    from   January 

ii  to  June  8,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
MICHAEL   D.    PURTELL,   from  July    10, 

1861,  to  May  10,  1864. 

MATHEW  STEWART,  from  May  12  to 
December  9,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM    GLEASON,    from    July    10   to 

,  1861. 

ROBERT   D.  EVANS,   from   September   i, 

1861,  to  December  31,   1862. 
JAMES    MARKSMAN,    from    May    29    to 

July  3,  1863. 
MATHEW    STEWART,    from    August    4, 

1863,  to  April  30,   1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

EUGENE  C.  SHINE,  from  July  10  to  Sep- 
tember i,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  LEWIS,  from  September  i, 
1861,  to  May  24,  1862. 

JAMES  MARKSMAN,  from  May  — ,  1862, 
to  May  29,  1863. 

PATRICK  LAWLER,  from  May  i,  1863,  to 
May  3,  1864. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

BURNS,  MICHAEL  W.,  as  Colonel. 

FAIRMAN,  JAMES,  as   Colonel 

McKENNA,  JAMES,  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel. 

CARPENTER,  JAMES  B.,  as  Assistant 
Surgeon. 

FORREST,  JAMES  M.,  as  Captain. 

CARROLL,  MICHAEL,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

HUGHES,  LOUIS  M.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

SECOND  FIRE  ZOUAVES. 
Officer  who  did  not  serve  in  the  73d  Infantry. 
BAULCH,  JOHN,   Colonel,  no  dates. 


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MEDALS  OF  HONOR  AWARDED  BY  THE  PRESI- 
DENT TO 

JONES,  WILLIAM,  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  for  the  capture  of  the  flag  of  the 
6sth  Va.,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va.,  May  12, 
1864. 

SCHLACHTER,  PHILIP,  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  for  the  capture  of  the  flag  of  the 
I5th  La.,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va.,  May  12, 
1864. 

WILSON,  CHRISTOPHER  WILLIAM, 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  for  the  most 
distinguished  gallantry  in  action,  at  Spot- 
sylvania, May  12,  1864. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ACKLEY,  GUSTAVUS  J.,  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, i2Oth  Infantry;  transferred  to  this 
regiment,  June  2,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  June  29,  1865,  near  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  commissioned  in  the  i7Oth  Infan- 
try. 

ADAMS,  OLIVER  B.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  November  18, 
1862;  discharged  for  disability,  to  date 
June  3,  1863 ;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, November  27,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  27,  1862,  original. 

BAULCH,  JOHN,  original  organizer,  as 
Colonel,  of  the  2d  Fire  Zouaves,  which 
became  part  of  this  regiment;  in  the  or- 
ganization of  the  Fire  Zouaves,  he  was 
succeeded  by  Col.  W.  R.  Brewster;  no 
dates,  and  not  commissioned. 

BEACH,  BENJAMIN,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled July  5,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  October  8,  1861 ;  killed 
in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  October 
8,  1861,  original. 

BELL,  HENRY,  age  21  years;  enrolled  June 
6,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  July  10,  1861 ;  returned  to 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  September  i,  1861 ; 
again  promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  November  I,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  I,  1863;  as  Captain,  Com- 

'  pany  B,  January  i,  1864;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, October  27,  1864,  at  Hatcher's  Run, 


Va. ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June  29, 
1865,  near  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  i, 

1862,  with  rank  from   November   i,  1862, 
vice  ;    First    Lieutenant,   August   7, 

1863,  with  rank  from  November  i,   1862, 
vice   H.    E.   Tremain,   promoted;    Captain, 
December   15,    1863,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 22,  1863,  vice  Thomas  Smith,  dis- 
charged. 

BELL,  JOHN,  age  27  years;  enrolled  Au- 
gust 10,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  September  16,  1861 ;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran  and  promoted  Corporal,  De- 
cember 30,  1863 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  April 
i,  1864;  Commissary-Sergeant,  April  19, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  July  5,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  29,  1865,  near  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, June  23,  1864,  with  rank  from  May 
12,  1864,  vice  B.  A.  Leonard,  killed  in  ac- 
tion. 

BENEDICT,  LEWIS,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled July  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, August  28,  1861 ;  captured  in 
action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ; 
no  date  of  exchange;  discharged,  Septem- 
ber i,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Colonel,  i62d 
Infantry;  commissioned  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  28,  1861,  original. 

BOSTWICK,  HENRY  P.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  June  8,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
September  5,  1861 ;  discharged,  March  20, 
1862;  commissioned  Surgeon,  November 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  September  5, 
1861,  original. 

BOWERS,  CHARLES  W.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  July  15,  1861,  at  Staten  Island 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  F,  July  20,  1861 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  Company  I,  September  I,  1861 ; 
Sergeant,  June  30,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
March  I,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  u,  1865;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  June  8,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  29,  1865,  near  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  22,  1864,  with  rank  from 
December  i,  1864,  vice  P.  Lawler,  resigned; 
First  Lieutenant,  May  17,  1865,  with  rank 


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from  April  18,  1865,  vice  John  Shiel,  pro- 
moted. 

BRADY,  JAMES  T.,  age  20  years ;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  August  20,  1861 ;  promoted 
Quartermaster-Sergeant,  September  5, 
1861 ;  First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster, 
August  4,  1862;  discharged  for  disability, 
April  22,  1864;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  October  20, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  2,  1862,  vice 
J.  A.  McCosker,  resigned. 

BREWSTER,  WILLIAM  R.,  Major,  28th 
Militia;  authorized  by  War  Department, 
July  25,  1861,  to  recruit  a  regiment  of  in- 
fantry, which  by  consolidation  formed  part 
of  this  regiment;  mustered  in  as  Colonel, 
September  13,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  Octo- 
ber 24,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  Brig- 
adier-General, U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet, 
from  December  2,  1864;  commissioned 
Colonel,  December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  12,  1861,  vice  J.  Fairman,  not 
mustered. 

BUCK,  JOHN  D.,  age  32  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  July  10,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  I,  September  i,  1861 ; 
discharged,  November  19,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  July  10,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

BURNS,  MICHAEL  W.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  August  14,  1861 ;  as  Major, 
November  i,  1862;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
January  16,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, June  29,  1865,  near  Washington,  D. 
C. ;  Colonel,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet, 
from  April  6,  1865 ;  commissioned  Captain, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 14,  1861,  original;  Major,  December 
i,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  I,  1862, 
vice  J.  D.  Moriarty,  resigned;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  February "3,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  16,  1863,  vice  William  McCauley, 
discharged;  Colonel,  not  mustered,  Decem- 
ber 7,  1864,  with  rank  from  October  27, 
1864,  vice  W.  R.  Brewster,  mustered  out. 

BUTCHER,  WILLIAM,  Second  Lieutenant, 
i63d  Infantry;  transferred  to  Company  D, 
this  regiment,  January  18,  1863 ;  to  Com- 


pany G,  July  21,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  Janu- 
ary 10,  1865;  mustered  out,  May  15,  1865; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant  in  i63d 
Infantry;  First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, December  22,  1864,  with  rank  from 
December  10,  1864,  vice  J.  T.  Brady,  dis- 
charged. 

CARPENTER,  JAMES  B.,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  35th  Infantry;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regi- 
ment, July  23,  1863,  with  rank  from  June 
25,  1863,  vice  O.  B.  Adams,  discharged. 

CARROLL,  MICHAEL,  age  20  years-;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  February  15,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  E,  January  20,  1863;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  February  5,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June 

6,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
29,   1865,   near  Washington,   D.   C. ;   com- 
missioned   Second   Lieutenant,    March    16, 
1864,    with    rank    of    same    date,    vice   T. 
Manning,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  not 
mustered,  June  22,  1864,  with  rank  from 
May  12,  1864,  vice  M.  Stewart,  promoted. 

CHAMBERS,  JAMES  W.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  September  10,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  A,  i63d  Infantry,  Sep- 
tember 28,  1862;  promoted  Sergeant,  Octo- 
ber 18,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  C, 
this  regiment,  January  18,  1863;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  January  19,  1863; 
discharged,  September  21,  1863,  for  promo- 
tion to  First  Lieutenant,  7ist  Infantry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 

7,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  18,  1863, 
vice  H.  Bell,  promoted. 

CLARK,  RICHARD  W.,  Captain,  i2Oth  In- 
fantry; transferred  to  Company  E,  this 
regiment,  June  I,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  29,  1865,  near  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  commissioned  in  i2Oth  Infantry. 

CROWLEY,  DANIEL,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  July  10,  1861 ;  discharged, 
November  19,  1861 ;  commissioned  Captain, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  July 
10,  1861,  original. 

DEMPSEY,  DANIEL,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Camp  Decker  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 


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pany  D,  July  10,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
Company  E,  no  date ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  September  i,  1861 ;  First  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  .Second  Lieutenant,  May 
22,  1862;  discharged,  August  12,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May  30, 

1862,  with  rank  from  May   15,   1862,  vice 
Charles  L.   Reynolds,   resigned. 

DENNEN,  GEORGE  P.,  age  24  years ;  en- 
rolled August  10,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  B,  August  20,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  September  i,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  August  14,  1862 ; 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, May  29,  1863 ;  killed  in  action,  July  2, 

1863,  at    Gettysburg,    Pa.;    commissioned 
Second   Lieutenant,   August  7,   1863,  with 
rank  from  May  4,  1863,  vice  J.  M.  Forrest, 
promoted. 

DENNEN,  THOMAS,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  I,  August  2,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  Company  C,  September  I, 
1861 ;  Second  Lieutenant,  August  12,  1862 ; 
First  Lieutenant,  November  i,  1862 ;  killed 
in  action,  May  2,  1863,  at  Chancellors- 
ville,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, October  20,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  12,  1862,  vice  William  H.  Ludlow, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  February  3, 
1863,  with  rank  from  November  i,  1862, 
vice  B.  Beach,  killed  in  action. 

DONALDS,  ALFRED  A.,  age  27  years ;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1 86 1,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  I,  irth  Infantry,  May 
7,  1861 ;  promoted  Captain,  Company  F, 
this  regiment,  August  i,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at  Bristoe  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  August  29, 
1862 ;  commissioned  Captain,  November  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  July  20,  1861,  vice 
M.  Silva,  deceased. 

DORIS,  GEORGE  B.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled June  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  September  29,  1861 ; 
returned  to  ranks,  no  date;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  August 
16,  1863;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  November  4,  1863;  mus- 
tered out,  January  31,  1865,  near  Peters- 
burg, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 


ant, October  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  July 
10,  1863,  vice  G.  P.  Dennen,  killed  in  ac- 
tion; First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  Oc- 
tober 6,  1863,  with  rank  from  September  I, 
1863,  vice  L.  H.  Thompson,  promoted. 

DOWNEY,  JOHN,  late  Captain,  nth  In- 
fantry; mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
C,  this  regiment,  October  i,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  I  in  October,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  29,  1865, 
near  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned 
Captain,  October  16,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  i,  1862,  vice  Archibald  Gibson,  re- 
signed. 

ELLIOTT,  CHARLES  B.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  I,  August  2,  1861 ;  discharged, 
July  7,  1862;  commissioned  Captain,  No- 
vember 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August 
2,  1861,  original. 

EVANS,  ROBERT  D.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  thirty  days;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  7th  Militia,  April  26,  i86r; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  3,  1861, 
at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled  June  5, 
1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  this  regiment,  September  29, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  K,  to  date 
September  i,  1861 ;  discharged,  December 
31,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 29,  1861,  original. 

FAIRMAN,  JAMES,  late  Captain,  loth  In- 
fantry; authorized  by  War  Department, 
August  19,  1861,  to  recruit  a  regiment  of 
Infantry,  which  was  merged  into  this  regi- 
ment ;  subsequent  service  in  goth  Infantry ; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Colonel,  Au- 
gust 26,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  16, 

1861,  original. 

FARRELL,  WILLIAM,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  three  years,  and  reported 
as  First  Sergeant,  Company  G,  no  date; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F, 
September  — ,  1862;  First  Lieutenant,  no 
date;  deserted,  January  18,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  I, 

1862,  with   rank  from   September  I,  1862, 
vice    William    Smith,    resigned;    not   com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant. 

FEENEY,  JOHN,  age  30  years ;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 


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three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  August  20,  1861 ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ; 
died,  of  his  wounds,  May  24,  1862;  com- 
missioned Captain,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  August  20,  1861,  original. 

FEENEY,  MICHAEL,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  July  10,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  F,  September  i,  1861 ; 
discharged,  November  19,  1861 ;  again  en- 
rolled, and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  November  i,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  15,  1863;  dis- 
missed, December  14,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  July  10,  1861,  original;  re- 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  February 
3,  1863,  with  rank  from  November  I,  1862, 
vice  T.  Dennen,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May 
i,  1863,  vice  L.  H.  Thompson,  appointed 
Adjutant. 

FISHER,  JOHN,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
July  27,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  August  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, August  i,  1862 ;  Sergeant,  December 
!3»  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  Decem- 
ber 30,  1863;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
April  i,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  April  16,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  29,  1865, 
near  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  30,  1865,  with 
rank  from  March  12,  1865,  vice  C.  W. 
Wilson,  promoted. 

FISK,  WILLIAM  M.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  E,  August  14,  1861 ;  cap- 
tured on  retreat  to  Harrison's  Landing,  in 
June,  1862;  escaped,  no  date;  again  cap- 
tured in  action,  May  6,  1864,  at  the  Wilder- 
ness, Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  discharged, 
April  13,  1865;  commissioned  Captain,  No- 
vember 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August 
14,  1861,  original. 

FORREST,  JAMES  M.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled July  15,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  July  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  September  I,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 


ber i,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  E, 
January  18,  1863;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  4,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  E,  September  I, 
1864;  mustered  out,  January  24,  1865,  near 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  i,  1862,  vice  Daniel  Demp- 
sey,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  August  7, 
1863,  with  rank  from  May  4,  1863,  vice 
Thomas  Dennen,  killed  in  action;  Cap- 
tain, not  mustered,  December  22,  1864, 
with  rank  from  October  i,  1864,  vice  W. 
M.  Fisk,  mustered  out. 

GIBSON,  ARCHIBALD,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  August  2,  1861 ; 
as  Captain,  Company  C,  October  10,  1861 ; 
discharged,  June  3,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
Captain,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  8,  1861,  original. 

GLASS,  JOHN  J.,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  B,  August  20,  1861 ;  killed 
in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August 
20,  1861,  original. 

GLEASON,  WILLIAM,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  July  10,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  no  date;  dis- 
charged, November  19,  1861 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  July  10,  1861,  original. 

GLENNON,  JOHN,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  August  14,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, November  19,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  November  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  August  14,  1861, 
original. 

GLENNON,  WILLIAM,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  I,  August  2,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  September  T, 
1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 6,  1861 ;  dismissed,  September  22, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 


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December  16,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 5,  1861,  vice  John  Phelan,  pro- 
moted. 

GREENWALT,  SAMUEL  C,  age* 27  years; 
enrolled  July  22,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  August  2,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  F,  September  i,  1861 ;  re-en- 
listed as  a  veteran,  December  30,  1863; 
promoted  Sergeant,  no  date ;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  July  5,  1864;  captured 
in  action,  October  27,  1864,  at  Boydton 
Plank  Road,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  June  6,  1865 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  29,  1865,  near 
Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  June  23,  1864,  with  rank  from 
May  20,  1864,  vice  T.  Manning,  promoted; 
Captain,  May  17,  1865,  with  rank  from 
April  15,  1865,  vice  L.  H.  Thompson,  pro- 
moted. 

HARDY,  DANIEL  P.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled August  i,  1861,  at  Camp  Decker  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  August  20,  1861 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  Company  I,  September  i,  1861 ; 
Sergeant,  January  i,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
June  30,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  i,  1862;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  January  I,  1863;  dismissed, 
June  25,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  I,  1862,  vice  Washington  Mullen, 
dismissed;  not  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

HARNEY,  MICHAEL,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled August  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  H,  September  29,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  to  date  Septem- 
ber i,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  August  28, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at 
Chancellors ville,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  November  1, 1863 ; 
discharged  for  disability,  April  12,  1864, 
at  Augur  General  Hospital,  Alexandria, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Jan- 
uary 8,  1864,  with  rank  from  November 
i,  1863,  vice  M.  Feeney,  dismissed. 

HARRIS,  EDWARD,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled July  16,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  B,  August  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  September  i,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 


pany G,  May  i,  1863;  discharged,  March 
19,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May 
i,  1863,  vice  R.  F.  Tighe,  promoted. 

HAYS,  A.  D.,  age  35  years;  enrolled  June 
8,  1861,  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  July  10,  1861 ; 
mustered  out,  to  date  August  i,  1861 ;  not 
commissioned. 

HERBERT,  WILLIAM  LOGAN,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  29,  1863; 
killed  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  8,  1864,  with  rank  from  May  29, 
1863,  vice  B.  Kiernan,  dismissed. 

HIGGINS,  MARTIN  E.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled August  i,  1861,  at  Staten  Island 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  I,  August  2,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  Company  G,  September 
i,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  November  i,  1862 ; 
transferred  to  Company  E,  January  20, 
1863 ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  May 
i,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  July  2  or  3, 
1863,  and  died,  of  his  wounds,  July  9, 
1863,  at  hospital,  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  7, 

1863,  with  rank  from  May  25,  1863,  vice 
G.    H.    Ramsey,    dismissed. 

HUGHES,  LOUIS  M. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  April  22, 

1864,  with  rank  from  March  19,  1864,  vice 
E.  Harris,  resigned. 

KENT,  JOSEPH  A.,  age  23  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  G,  April 
5,  1862;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January 
7,  1864;  transferred  to  Company  E,  June 
29,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  February  i,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  29,  1865,  near 
Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  February  28, 

1865,  with  rank  from  February  I,  1865,  vice 
G.  B.  Doris,  mustered  out. 

KIERNAN,  BERNARD,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F, 
March  19,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember i,  1862;  dismissed,  December  10, 
1862;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember i,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  26, 
1862,  vice  Mathew  Stewart,  dismissed. 


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LAWLER,  PATRICK,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled July  29,  1861,  at  Camp  Decker  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  August  20,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  K,  September  i,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant  and  First  Sergeant,  no 
dates ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  I,  1863;  discharged,  May  3,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1863,  vice 
J.  Marksman,  promoted. 

LAWRENCE,  JOHN  T.,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  this  regiment,  August  20, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  H,  Septem- 
ber i,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Adjutant,  No- 
vember 20,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  Company  H, 
January  2,  1863;  as  Major,  January  16, 
1863;  discharged,  September  29,  1864;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  November  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  August  20,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
December  16,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 19,  1861,  vice  George  LeFort, 
promoted;  Captain,  November  30,  1863, 
with  rank  from  January  2,  1863,  vice 

;  Major,  February  3,  1863,  with  rank 

from  January  16,  1863,  vice  M.  W.  Burns, 
promoted. 

LEFORT,  GEORGE,  age  32  years;  enrolled 
April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
one  month;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  7th  Militia,  April  26,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  3,  1861,  at 
New  York  city;  again  enrolled  June  3, 
1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to  serve  three  years ; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Ad- 
jutant, this  regiment,  September  5,  1861 ; 
as  Captain,  Company  D,  November  20, 
1861;  killed  in  action,  May  20,  1864,  at 
North  Anna  River,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  November 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  September  5, 
1861,  original ;  Captain,  December  16,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  19,  1861,  vice 
Daniel  Crowley,  resigned. 

LEONARD,  BENEDICT  A.,  late  First 
Lieutenant,  32d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  this  regi- 


ment, February  i,  1864;  killed  in  action, 
May  12,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  January  8, 
1864,  with  rank  from  November  I,  1863, 
vice  F.  E.  Yates,  discharged. 

LEWIS,  HENRY  H.,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
August  20,  1861,  at  Camp  Decker  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant-Ma- 
jor,  September  13,  186: ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D;  November  20,  1861 ; 
killed  in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at  Bris- 
toe  Station,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  30,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  19,  1861,  vice  J.  Glennon,  re- 
signed. 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM  H.,  late  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, 38th  Infantry;  appointed  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  this  regiment, 
September  I,  1861 ;  discharged,  May  24, 
1862 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  31,  1865,  with  rank  from  September 
i,  1861,  original. 

LUDLOW,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  July  27,  1861,  at  Camp  Decker  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  August  20,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  October  8,  1861 ; 
discharged,  August  12,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  8,  1861,  original. 

MANNING,  THOMAS,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled June  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  August  14,  1861 ; 
returned  to  Sergeant,  September  i,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  June  25,  1862,  at  Oak 
Grove,  Va. ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
September  22,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  i,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  January  I,  1864;  as  Captain, 
July  5,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  August 
18,  1864,  near  Weldon  Railroad,  Va. ;  dis- 
missed, November  10,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1863,  vice  J.  McDermott, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  December  15, 

1863,  with    rank    from   October   21,    1863, 
vice    J.    McDermott,    promoted;    Captain, 
June   23,    1864,    with   rank   from    May  20, 

1864,  vice   G.   LeFort,    killed   in  action. 
MARKSMAN,  JAMES,  age  22  years;   en- 
rolled  May    10,    1861,    at   New   York   city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral,   Company    K,    July    10,    1861 ;    pro- 
moted Sergeant,  November  — ,  1861 ;  Sec- 


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ond  Lieutenant,  May,  1862;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  29,  1863;  killed  in  action,  July 
3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1863,  vice  R.  D.  Evans,  re- 
signed. 

MCALLISTER,  JOHN,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  D,  July  10,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  Company  I,  September  I,  1861 ; 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862;  killed  in 
action,  August  27,  1862,  at  Bristoe  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  not  commissioned. 

McCAULEY,  WILLIAM,  age  26  years ;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  September  29,  1861 ;  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, November  I,  1862;  dis- 
charged, January  n,  1863;  commissioned 
Captain,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  29,  1861,  original;  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  I,  1862,  vice  Lewis 
Benedict,  discharged. 

McCOSKER,  JOHN  A,,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  September 
5,  1861;  discharged,  August  4,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  5,  1861,  original. 

McDERMOTT,  JAMES,  age  24  years ;  en- 
rolled June  14,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  August  14,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  November  6,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  September  I,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  July  i,  1863;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  I,  January  I,  1864;  wounded 
in  action,  May  12,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania, 
Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  May  31,  1864,  at 
Mount  Pleasant  Hospital,  Washington,  D. 
C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Oc- 
tober 20,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
i,  1862,  vice  J.  P.  Short,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
July  i,  1862,  vice  John  Phelan,  promoted ; 
Captain,  December  15,  1863,  with  rank 
from  October  21,  1863,  vice  J.  P.  Short, 
discharged. 

McDONOUGH,  JAMES  A.,  age  22  years; 


enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  I4th  Infantry,  May  17,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  this  regi- 
ment, November  i,  1862;  discharged  for 
disability,  October  2,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  3,  1863,  with 
rank  from  November  i,  1862,  vice  L.  H. 
Thompson,  promoted. 

McGRATH,  THOMAS  J.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  June  5,  1861,  at  Camp  Scott  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  A,  August  14,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  B,  September  I,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  May  5,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  September  I, 
1862;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  no  date; 
dismissed,  June  25,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  i,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  i,  1862,  vice  G.  A. 
Wallis,  resigned;  not  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant. 

McKENNA,  JAMES,  First  Lieutenant, 
i63d  Infantry;  transferred  to  Company  G, 
this  regiment,  January  18,  1863;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  August  10,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  29,  1865,  near 
Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant  in  i63d  Infantry;  Captain,  Au- 
gust 7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1863, 
vice  H.  E.  Tremain,  promoted ;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  not  mustered,  December  22,  1864, 
with  rank  from  December  16,  1864,  VICQ 
M.  W.  Burns,  promoted. 

McKENNA,  PATRICK,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  Camp  McClellan,  Md.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  September  7,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton, 
Va. ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  October  2,  1862,  at  Philadelphia, 
Pa. ;  again  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  A,  November  I,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  January 
6,  1864;  dismissed,  July  22,  1864;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  15, 
1863,  with  rank  from  November  22,  1863, 
vice  H.  Bell,  promoted. 

MORAN,  FRANCIS  E.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled July  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  July  30,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, Company  H,  September  I,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  May  I, 


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1863;  as  Captain,  March  30,  1865;  dis- 
charged, May  15,  1865;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  I,  1863,  vice  M.  Feeney, 
promoted;  Captain,  March  30,  1865,  with 
rank  from  March  12,  1865,  vice  J-  T. 
Lawrence,  promoted. 

MORIARTY,  JOHN  D.,  late  First  Lieuten- 
ant, 7th  N.  Y.  State  Militia;  enrolled  June 
18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Major,  this  regi- 
ment, August  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  July 
7,  1862;  commissioned  Major,  November 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  27,  1861, 
original. 

MULLEN,  WASHINGTON,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  I,  August  2, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  E,  Septem- 
ber i,  1861 ;  dismissed,  September  8,  1862 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  2, 
1861,  original. 

NEAR,  CHARLES  R.,  Second  Lieutenant, 
l63d  Infantry;  transferred  to  Company  B, 
this  regiment,  January  18,  1863;  died,  of 
sunstroke,  September  I,  1863,  in  Virginia; 
commissioned  in  i63d  Infantry. 

NOONAN,  JOHN  G.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled August  28,  1862,  at  Brooklyn  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  163^  Infantry,  October  10, 
1862;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  this  regi- 
ment, January  18,  1863;  wounded,  no  date; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber i,  1864;  as  Captain,  Company  E,  Feb- 
ruary i,  1865 ;  transferred  to  Company  A, 
June  7,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  29,  1865,  near  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  October  I, 
1864,  with  rank  from  September  I,  1864, 
vice  R.  F.  Tighe,  dismissed;  Captain,  Feb- 
ruary 28,  1865,  with  rank  from  February 
i,  1865,  vice  J.  M.  Forrest,  not  mustered. 

O'HAGAN,  JOSEPH  B.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled September  27,  1861,  at  Worcester, 
Mass.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Chaplain,  October  9,  1861 ;  discharged, 
September  10,  1863 ;  commissioned  Chap- 
lain, November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  27,  1861,  original. 

PHELAN,  JOHN,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
May  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 


three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  August  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  November  6,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  G,  July 
i,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  A,  No- 
vember i,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  May 
12,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  June  21,  1864,  in  General  Hospital, 
at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  'August  14,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  16,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  5,  1861,  vice  N.  J.  Shaw, 
resigned;  Captain,  October  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  i,  1862,  vice  John  Feeney, 
died,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

POTTER,  CHARLES  H.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled July  5,  1861,  at  Camp  Decker  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  K,  July  10,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  September  i,  1861 ; 
First  Sergeant,  November  19,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  June  26,  1863 ; 
captured  in  action,  October  27,  1864,  at 
Hatcher's  Run,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  29,  1865, 
near  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1863,  vice  John  J.  Glass, 
killed  in  action. 

PRENTICE,  FOWLER,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
3Oth  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  March  31,  1862;  mustered 
out,  May  17,  1865,  near  Washington,  D. 
C. ;  commissioned  Surgeon,  December  i, 
1862,  with  rank  from  March  29,  1862,  vice 
H.  P.  Bostwick,  resigned. 

PURTELL,  MICHAEL  D.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  K,  July  10,  1861 ;  killed  in 
action,  May  10,  1864,  near  Spotsylvania, 
Va. ;  commissioned  Captain,  November  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  July  10,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

RAMSEY,  GEORGE  H.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  K,  July  10,  1861 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  Company  D,  September  I,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber i,  1862;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  in 
January,  1863 ;  dismissed,  June  25,  1863 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
20,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  I,  1862, 


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vice  Henry  H.  Lewis,  killed  in  action;  not 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant. 

REYNOLDS,  CHARLES  L.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
June  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  this  regiment,  August 
20,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  H,  Sep- 
tember i,  1861 ;  discharged,  May  15,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 22,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  20, 
1861,  original. 

RIDGWAY,  FRANK,  age  22  years ;  enrolled 
July  17,  1861,  at  Camp  Decker  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, September  5,  1861 ;  discharged,  June 
30,  1863,  for  promotion  to  Surgeon,  74th 
Infantry;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  5,  1861,  original. 

SEARLE,  ICHABOD  H.,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  26th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  July  16, 
1863;  as  Surgeon,  May  18,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  29,  1865,  near 
Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  July  23,  1863,  with  rank  from 
June  28,  1863,  vice  F.  Ridgway,  promoted 
Surgeon,  74th  Infantry;  Surgeon,  June  16, 
1865,  with  rank  from  May  18,  1865,  vice 
F.  Prentice,  discharged. 

SHAW,  NATHANIEL  J.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  August  14,  1861 ; 
discharged,  November  5,  1861 ;  see  H2th 
Infantry ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 14,  1861,  original. 

SHIEL,  JOHN,  age  23  years;  enrolled  Au- 
gust 6,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  October  8,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  September  I,  1861 ;  promoted 
Quartermaster-Sergeant,  September  I, 
1862;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  December 
30,  1863;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  to  date  November  I,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  July  i,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  A,  No- 
vember II,  1864;  discharged,  to  date  April 


3,  1865;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant; 
January  6,  1864,  with  rank  from  November 
i,  1863,  original;  Captain,  December  30, 
1864,  with  rank  from  November  n,  1864, 
vice  T.  Manning,  dismissed. 

SHINE,  EUGENE  C,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  K,  July  10,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  same  date ;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  September  I,  1861 ; 
Captain,  September  i,  1862;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, July  2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  July  10,  1861, 
original ;  not  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  Captain,  February  3, 
1863,  with  rank  from  September  I,  1862, 
vice  A.  A.  Donalds,  killed  in  action. 

SHORT,  JOHN  P.,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
June  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  September  29,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  to  date  Septem- 
ber i,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  in 
January,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
July  7,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  August 
27,  1862,  at  Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  October  20,  1863; 
subsequent  service  in  Veteran  Reserve 
Corps ;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  September 
29,  1861,  original;  not  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain,  Octo- 
ber 20,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  7,  1862, 
vice  Charles  B.  Elliott,  resigned. 

SILVA,  MANUEL,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  July  20,  1861;  died,  August  17, 
1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  July  15,  1861, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  original. 

SKELAN,  JOHN  J.,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  July  20,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  4,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

SMITH,  PATRICK,  age  23  years ;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  I,  August  2,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  June  30,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
October  i,  1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  March 


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I,  1863;  mustered  in  as  such,  June  26, 
1863;  discharged,  May  2,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  i,  1863,  vice  Wil- 
liam H.  Lewis,  resigned. 

SMITH,  THOMAS,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  irr  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  August  20,  1861 ;  discharged,  No- 
vember 21,  1863;  commissioned  Captain, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 20,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  WILLIAM,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
September  I,  1861,  at  Washington  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  G,  September  2, 
1861 ;  discharged,  August  10,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  30, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  I,   1861, 
original. 

SNYDER,  BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN,  age 
24  years ;  enrolled  August  16,  1861,  at 
Camp  Decker  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  B,  August 
20,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal,  Company  A, 
September  i,  1861 ;  Sergeant,  May  i,  1863 ; 
First  Sergeant,  May  12,  1864;  Sergeant- 
Major,  October  I,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  April  16, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June  29, 
1865,  near  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  May  17,  1865,  with 
rank  from  April  i,  1865,  vice  J.  M.  For- 
rest, promoted. 

STEWART,  MATHEW,  age  26  years ;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  July  20,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  September  I, 
1861 ;  dismissed,  September  22,  1862;  again 
enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  August  4,  1863 ;  appointed 
Quartermaster,  April  30,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  K,  May  12,  1864; 
discharged  for  disability,  December  9,  1864 ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  November 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  July  21,  1861, 
original ;  recommissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  2, 

1863,  vice  J.   Marksman,  killed  in  action; 
commissioned     Captain,     June     23,     1864, 
with  rank  from  May  12,  1864,  vice  J.  Mc- 
Dermott,  died  of  wounds  received  in  ac- 
tion. 


THOMPSON,  LAWRENCE  H.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  July  24,  1861,  at  Camp 
Decker  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  G,  August  20,  1861 ; 
promoted  Corporal,  Company  H,  Septem- 
ber i,  1861 ;  Sergeant,  no  date ;  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  12,  1862;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, November  I,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  May  I, 
1863;  promoted  Captain,  Company  F,  Sep- 
tember i,  1863,;  captured  and  paroled,  no 
dates;  mustered  in  as  Major,  October  25, 
1864 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June  29, 
1865,  near  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  I, 

1862,  with  rank  from  August  12,  1862,  vice 
J.   P.   Short,   promoted;   First  Lieutenant, 
February  3,  1863,  with,  rank  from  Novem- 
ber i,  1862,  vice  J.  T.  Lawrence,  appointed 
Adjutant;  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
August  7,   1863,  with   rank   from   May   i, 

1863,  vice  J.  T.  Lawrence,  promoted;  Cap- 
tain, October  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember i,  1863,  vice  E.  C.  Shine,  killed  in 
action;  Major,  October  26,  1864,  with  rank 
from  October  25,   1864,  vice  J.   T.   Law- 
rence,  discharged. 

TIGHE,  RICHARD  F.,  Second  Lieutenant, 
i63d  Infantry;  transferred  to  Company  G, 
this  regiment,  January  18,  1863;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  in  August,  1863;  dis- 
missed, August  31,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant  in  i63d  Infantry;  First 
Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1863,  vice  J.  McKenna,  promoted, 

TREMAIN,  HENRY  EDWIN,  age  20 
years;  enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  one  month ;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  C,  7th  Militia,  April 
26,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
July  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  E,  this  regiment,  August  14, 
1861 ;  captured  in  action,  August  29,  1862, 
at  Groveton^  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  Company  G,  November  i, 
1862;  discharged,  May  I,  1863,  for  pro- 
motion to  Major  and  Aide-de-Camp,  U. 
S.  Volunteers;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  14,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Febru- 
ary 6,  1863,  with  rank  from  November  I, 
1862,  vice  M.  W.  Burns,  promoted. 


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TREMAIN,  WALTER  R.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  7th  Militia,  April  30, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June  3, 
1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled  at 
Camp  Scott  to  serve  three  years,  and  ap- 
pointed Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
this  regiment,  July  6,  1861 ;  discharged, 
August  20,  1861 ;  .subsequent  service  in  5^d 
Infantry,  second  organization;  not  com- 
missioned. 

WALLIS,  GUSTAVE  A.,  age  24  years ;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  August  20,  1861 ; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  November 
19,  1861 ;  discharged,  February  28,  1862 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 16,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  19, 
1861,  vice  Charles  H.  Whitfield,  resigned, 

WHITFIBLD,  CHARLES  H.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  K,  nth  Infantry,  May  7, 
1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
this  regiment,  August  20,  1861 ;  discharged, 
November  19,  1861 ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  20,  1861,  original. 

WILSON     CHRISTOPHER     WILLIAM, 


age  19  years ;  enrolled  July  5,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  F,  July  20,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  September  i, 
1861;  to  Company  E,  January  20,  1863;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  3,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany A,  November  18,  1864;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  12,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  29,  1865,  near  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  medal  of  honor;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  September  19, 
1864,  with  rank  from  September  17,  1864, 
vice  P.  Smith,  discharged;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  28,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  12,  1865,  vice  P.  McKenna,  dis- 
missed. 

WOOD,  JAMES  H.,  Second  Lieutenant, 
l2Oth  Infantry;  transferred  to  Company 
E,  this  regiment,  June  i,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  29,  1865,  near 
Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  in  I20th 
Infantry. 

YATES,  FRANK  E.,  late  First  Lieutenant, 
nth  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  this  regiment,  Novem- 
ber 20,  1861 ;  discharged,  December  n, 
1862;  subsequent  service  in  i8th  Cavalry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  December 
i,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  20, 
1861,  vice  John  D.  Buck,  resigned. 


SEVENTY-FOURTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Fifth  Excelsior  Regiment;  Fifth  Regiment,  Sickles'  Brigade. 

This  regiment  was  recruited  under  the  special  authority  of  the  War  Department,  issued 
to  Gen.  D.  E.  Sickles ;  organized  under  Col.  Charles  K.  Graham  at  Camp  Scott,  L.  I.,  and 
mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years  between  June  30  and  October 
6,  1861.  Pursuant  to  the  orders  of  the  Secretary  of  War  of  December  5,  1861,  it  received 
its  State  numerical  designation  December  n,  1861.  August  3,  1864,  the  remaining  men,  not 
entitled  to  be  discharged  with  their  respective  companies,  were  assigned  to  the  40th  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  forming  new  Companies  G  and  H  of  the  latter. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally:  A,  and  B  —  U.  S.  Zouave  Cadets  —  in 
part,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.;  B,  in  part,  at  New  York  city;  C  on  Long  Island;  D  at  Cam- 
bridgeport,  Mass. ;  E,  G,  H,  I  and  K  at  New  York  city ;  and  F  at  Tidioute,  Pa. ;  a  number 
of  the  men  had  been  members  of  the  I5th  Militia. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  August  20,  1861 ;  served  in  Sickles'  Brigade,  Hooker's 
Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  September,  1861 ;  in  same,  2d,  Brigade,  2d  Division, 
3d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March,  1862 ;  in  2d  Brigade,  4th  Division,  2d  Corps, 
Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  April,  1864;  in  4th  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of 
the  Potomac,  from  May  13,  1864;  in  1st  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  the 
Potomac,  from  July,  1864;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under 
Lieut.-Col.  Wm.  H.  Lounsberry,  by  companies,  before  Petersburg,  Va. ;  Company  D,  June 


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19,  1864;  A,  June  21 ;  B,  June  26;  G,  June  28;  C,  July  6;  and  E,  F,  H,  I  and  K,  August 
3,  1864. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  6  officers,  82  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  3  officers,  33  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
2  officers,  68  enlisted  men;  total,  n  officers,  183  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  194;  of  whom 
10  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

1  Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

1861. 
Nov.           9 

12 

1862. 
April          6 
April  10- 
May  4 
May           5 
May  31— 
June  i 
June          12 

i 
143 

20 

41 

i 

8 

3 

j 

43 
16 

i 

47 

Fair  Oaks    Va      

Fair  Oaks   Va                           

Seven  Days'  Battle    Va  

June  25- 
July  2 
June         25 
30 
July           i 
Aug.  26- 
Sept.  2 
Aug.         27 
28 
30 
Dec.    11—15 

3 

i 

• 

9 

33 
S3 

IS 

12 

55 
98 

i 

2 

Glendale 

Malvern  Hill                                           

i 

Kettle  Run           

2 

9 

6 

i 

4 

2 

Bull  Run 

1863. 
May       1-3 
July       1-3 
23 
Nov.           7 
Nov.  26- 
Dec.  2 
Nov.         2  7 

2 

3 

12 

2 

i 

a 
S 

3 
5 

17 
63 
7 

IS 
3 

40 
89 
ii 

Kelly's  Ford   Va 

I 

i 

8 

10 

17 

1864. 
May       5-7 
8-zr 

10 

May          12 
22-26 
27-31 

I 

2 

14 

Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va  

Landron's  Farm  
Salient                                                                   .... 

North  Anna,  Va  

} 

I 

6 

5 

12 

I 

Totopotomoy,  Va  
Gold  Harbor   Va 

J 

i 

June  15- 
Aug.  12 
June  15-19 
21-23 
July   27-29 

Assault  of  Petersburg,  Va  

}" 

2 

I 

7 

10 

Weldon  Railroad   Va  

Loss  at  minor  affairs  

i 

i 

2 
525 

Total  loss                          .        

6 

82 

3 

33 

24 

377 

i 

99 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

CHARLES  K.  GRAHAM,  from  October  15, 
1861,  to  March  15,  1863. 

THOMAS  HOLT,  from  May  16  to  Novem- 
ber 30,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

CHARLES  H.  BURTIS,  from  September  2, 
1861,  to  September  18,  1862. 


JOHN  P.  GLASS,  from  April  27,  1862,  to 
December  19,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  LOUNSBURY,  from  Sep- 
tember 18,  1862,  to  August  9,  1864. 

Majors. 

WILLIAM  B.  OLMSTED,  from  Septem- 
ber 2,  1861,  to  April  27,  1862. 

GEORGE  H.  QUARTERMAN,  from  April 
28,  1862,  to  April  17,  1863. 


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HENRY  M.   ALLES,  from  April   11,  1863, 

to   March  21,    1864. 
LOVELL   PURDY,   JR.,   from  April  20  to 

August  3,  1864. 

Adjutants. 
JOHN  F.  CHIPCHASE,  from  October  15, 

1861,  to  August  5,  1862. 

WILLARD    BULLARD,    from    August    7, 

1862,  to  April  25,  1863. 

ANDREW     L.      CHAMBERLAIN,     from 
March  10,   1863,  to  August  3,  1864. 

Quartermaster. 

WILLIAM  O'KELL,  from  October  15,  1861, 
to  September  15,  1864. 

Surgeons. 
JAMES  T.  CALHOUN,  from  November  i, 

1861,  to  April  13,  1863'. 

FRANK  RIDGWAY,  from  June  8,  1863,  to 
August  3,  1864. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 

JAMES   T.   CALHOUN,   from  October    15 

to  November  i,  1861. 
LOUIS  MASSON,  from  November  i,  1861, 

to  June  25,   1862. 
JOHN    F.    KAUFFMAN,    from   July   i    to 

November  19,  1862. 
CHARLES    LODGE,    from    November     i, 

1862,  to  May  27,  1863. 

ROBERT     LINDSLEY     BRADEN,     from 

November  15,  1862,  to  February  5,  1863. 
JOSEPH    D.    STEWART,    from    June    5, 

1863,  to  August  3,   1864. 

JOHN   G.   WOLCOTT,    from  June   17   to 
November  3,   1863. 

Chaplains. 

WILLIAM   H.   BOOLE,   from  October   15, 

1861,  to  March,  21,  1862. 

ROBERT   SITTLER,   from  January   13  to 
September  6,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 

JOHN   P.  GLASS,  from  June  24,   1861,  to 

April  27,   1862. 
MILTON  B.  MILLER,  from  December  19, 

1862,  to  April  7,  1863. 

FRANCIS   EVELYN    TYLER,   from   June 
3  to  June  21,  1864. 
174 


First  Lieutenants: 
JAMES    H.    STEWART,    from    June    24, 

1861,  to  June  13,  1862. 
FRANCIS  EVELYN   TYLER,   from  April 

10  to  August  10,  1862. 
CHARLES    S.   PRESTON,    from  March  7 

to  July  23,  1863. 
DAVID    CLAUDE    DE   ZOUCHE,    from 

April  14  to  June  21,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
FRANCIS   EVELYN   TYLER,   from  June 

24,    1861,  to  January   i,  1862. 
ROBERT  E.  BREWSTER,  from  January  i 

to  September  19,  1862. 
DAVID    CLAUDE    DE    ZOUCHE,     from 

March  i,  1863,  to  April  14,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

HENRY  M.   ALLES,  from  June   27,   1861, 

to  April   n,   1863. 
VICTOR  HURLAUX,  from  April  7  to  June 

26,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JEAN  CLAUDE  BOIRON,  from  June  27, 

1861,  to  March  18,  1862. 

EDWARD  LOICQ,  from  May  i  to  July  28, 
1862. 

GEORGE  W.  VAN  DER  ZEE,  from  Janu- 
ary 7  to  May  i,  1863. 

VICTOR  HURLAUX,  from  May  i,  1863, 
to  April  7,  1864. 

CHARLES  DUSSUET,  from  April  7  to 
May  10,  1864. 

JOSEPH  R.  FERRER,  from  June  —  to 
June  26,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD  LOICQ,  from  June  27,  1861,  to 

May  i,  1862. 
ADOLPH   GLACKMEYER,    from   May    i, 

1862,  to  January  7,  1863. 

VICTOR    HURLAUX,    from    January    12, 

to  May  i,   1863. 
CHARLES     DUSSUET,     from     June     30, 

1863,  to  April  7,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

GEORGE  H.  QUARTERMAN,  from  July 
7,  1861,  to  April  28,  1862. 


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SEAHAM  W.  PURCHASE,  from  April  28, 

1862,  to  March  9,  1863. 

ROBERT   A.    STANTON,   from   March   9, 

1863,  to  July  8,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
SEAHAM   W.   PURCHASE,   from  July  7; 

1861,  to  April  28,  1862. 
JOHN  SPINNING,  from  June  28,  1862,  to 

August  31,  1863. 
FREDERICK    E.    GARNETT,    from   June 

28  to  July  6,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
FREDERICK    A.    CORSE,    from    July    7, 

1861,  to  June  27,  1862. 

JOHN  SPINNING,  from  June  27  to  June 
28,  1862. 

FRANCIS  EVELYN  TYLER,  June  28, 
1862. 

CHARLES  G.  SUMMERS,  from  Septem- 
ber i,  1862,  to  May  i,  1863. 

IRA  E.  TERRY,  from  March  10,  1863,  to 
July  6,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

JOHN  T.  BURGESS,  from  June  20,   1861, 

to  May  15,  1862. 
WILLIAM    H.    LOUNSBURY,    from    May 

16  to  September   18,   1862. 
WILLIAM  CONWAY,  from  September  18, 

1862,  to  June  19,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM   H.    LOUNSBURY,   from  June 

20,  1861,  to  May  16,  1862. 
ISAAC   H.    BULLARD,    from   July  —   to 

September  18,  1862. 
ANDREW     L.      CHAMBERLAIN,     from 

September  19,  1862,  to  March  10,  1863. 
WILLARD     BULLARD,     from     April    25, 

1863,  to  June  19,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
ISAAC    H.    BULLARD,    from    June    20, 

1861,  to  July  — ,  1862. 
RUDOLPH    N.    ANDERSON,    from    July 

—  to  November  20,  1862. 
HENRY    McNEIL,    from    February    15    to 

March  — ,    1863. 
THOMAS     CHARTERS,     from     May    21, 

1863,  to  June  19,  1864. 


OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains : 

GEORGE    A.    MOREY,    from    August    20, 

1861,  to  June  23,   1862. 

EDWARD  LIVINGSTON  PRICE,  from 
June  24,  1862,  to  February  2,  1863. 

A.  WELLING  BELKNAP,  from  February 
15  to  August  31,  1863. 

DAVID  M.  WATT,  from  December  14,, 
1863,  to  March  9,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD    LIVINGSTON    PRICE,    from 

August  20,  1861,  to  June  24,   1862. 
A.  WELLING  BELKNAP,  from  June  20, 

1862,  to  February  15,   1863. 
ARTHUR    S.    HARDCASTLE,   from  Feb- 
ruary 15,  1863,  to  August  3,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
A.    WELLING    BELKNAP,    from   August 

20,  1861,  to  June  20,  1862. 
ROBERT   A.   STANTON,   from   December 

i,   1862,  to  March  3,   1863. 
WILLIAM  H.  SICKLES,  from  April  25  to 

June  27,   1863. 
FREDERICK    E.    GARNETT,    from   June 

28  to  October  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

WILLIAM    M.    MEW,    from    August    20, 

1861,  to  February  7,  1863. 

CHARLES  W.   SQUIER,  from  February  7 

to  May  15,  1863. 
JAMES  E.  HILL,  from  December  14,  1863, 

to  August  3,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN   F.   CHIPCHASE,   from   August  20 

to  October  15,  1861. 
ROBERT    D.    ANDREWS,    from    October 

19,   1861,  to  August  27,   1862. 
CHARLES  W.  SQUIER,   from  August  27, 

1862,  to  February  7,  1863. 

JAMES  E.  HILL,  from  March  9  to  De- 
cember 14,  1863. 

ASA  S.  MASON,  from  April  6  to  August 
3,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  D.  ANDREWS,  from  August  20 
to  October  19,  1861. 


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2771 


CHARLES  W.  SQUIER,  from  October  19, 
1861,  to  August  27,  1862. 

GEORGE  W.  VAN  DER  ZEE,  from  Au- 
gust 27  to  October  4,  1862. 

JAMES  E.  HILL,  from  October  4,  1862,  to 
March  9,  1863. 

JOSEPH  R.  FERRER,  from  June  —  to 
August  — ,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 

Captains: 
WILLIAM  H.   CHESTER,   from  June  27, 

1861,  to  July  3,   1863. 
ALEXANDER   McCUNE,   from   December 

14,  1863,  to  June  19,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  CON  WAY,  from  June  27,  1861, 
to  September  18,  1862. 

ROBERT  E.  BREWSTER,  from  Septem- 
ber 19,  1862,  to  March  9,  1863. 

GEORGE  W.  VAN  DER  ZEE,  from  May 
i  to  June  11,  1863. 

JOSEPH  R.  FERRER,  from  December 
14,  1863,  to  April  — ,  1864. 

JOHN  I.  BRIGGS,  from  April  6  to  June 
26,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD  BENARD,  from  June  27,  1861, 

to   October   14,   1862. 
ANDREW  L.  CHAMBERLAIN,  from  July 

i  to  September  19,   1862. 
JAMES  SHORT,  from  February  15  to  July 

23,  1863, 
JOSEPH  R.  FERRER,  from  August  —  to 

December  14,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
JAMES   H.   McMILLAN,   from   September 

14,  1861,  to  April  24,   1862. 
EDMUND  A.  HARRISON,  from  April  10 

to  August  27,   1862. 
LOVELL    PURDY,    JR.,    from   August   27, 

1862,  to  April  20,  1864. 

First  Lieutenant s.- 
EDMUND  A.  HARRISON,  from  Septem- 
ber 14,   1861,  to  April   10,   1862. 
LOVELL   PURDY,   JR.,   from   April   n    to 

August  27,   1862. 

JEANOTTE  MACDUFF,  from  August  27, 
1862,  to  September  26,  1863. 


FREDERICK  E.  GARNETT,  from  Decem- 
ber 24,  1863,  to  June  28,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

LOVELL  PURDY,  JR.,  from  September  14, 
1861,  to  April  n,  1862. 

MILTON  B.  MILLER,  from  April  12  to 
October  4,  1862. 

GEORGE  W.  VAN  DER  ZEE,  from  Oc- 
tober 4,  1862,  to  January  7,  1863. 

ARTHUR  S.  HARDCASTLE,  March  7, 
1863. 

FREDERICK  E.  GARNETT,  from  Oc- 
tober 29  to  December  24,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
ARTHUR    WILKINSON,     from    October 

19,  1861,  to  August  10,  1862. 
FRANCIS    EVELYN    TYLER,    from    Au- 
gust 10,   1862,  to  June  3,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
AARO'N  ERICKSO<N,  JR.,  from  October  6, 

1861,  to  March  4,  1863. 
DAVID    M.    WATT,    from    March    9    to 

December  14,   1863. 
EUGENE    P.    JACOBSO'N,    from    January 

13  to  May  26,  1864, 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLARD   BULLARD,   from   October   21, 

1861,  to  August  7,  1862. 
THOMAS   BURNS,   from  ,  to  June 

25,  1862. 
DAVID  M.  WATT,  from  October  14,  1862, 

to  March  9,  1863. 
EUGENE    P.   JACOB  SON,    from    May   2, 

1863,  to  January  13,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
MARTIN    WILLIS,     from     November    9, 

1861,  to  March   18,   1863. 
CHARLES    G.    SUMMERS,   from    May    i, 
1863,  to  June  13,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  W.  ERWIN,  from  November  9, 

1861,  to  October  4,  1862, 
MILTON  B.  MILLER,  from  October  4  to 

December  19,  1862. 
ROBERT   A.    STANTON,    from   March   3 

to  March  9,  1863, 


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ALEXANDER  M.  McCUNE,  from  March 

7  to  December  14,   1863. 
JOSEPH   R.   FERRER,   from   April  —  to 

June  — ,   1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  E.  BREWSTER,  from  October 
21,  1861,  to  January  I,  1862. 

FRANCIS  EVELYN  TYLER,  from  Janu- 
ary i  to  April  10,  1862. 

DAVID  CLAUDE  DE  ZOUCHE,  from 
June  13  to  October  4,  1862. 

ALEXANDER  M.  M'cCUNE,  from  Sep- 
tember 18,  1862,  to  March  7,  1863.. 

JOSEPH  R.  FERRER,  from  March  7  to 
June  — ,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

BURTIS,  CHARLES  H.,  as  Colonel. 

PRICE,  EDWARD  LIVINGSTON,  as 
Maj  or. 

CHIPCHASE,  JOHN  F.,  as  Captain, 

STEWART,  JAMES  H.,  as  Captain. 

BELKNAP,  A.  WELLING,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, (ist.) 

BULLARD,  WILLARD',  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

DE  ZOUCHE,  DAVID  CLAUDE,  as  First 
Lieutenant. 

GLACKMEYER,  ADOLPH,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

BREWSTER,  ROBERT  E.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant.  (2d.) 

PRESTON,  CHARLES  S.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

MEDAL  OF  HONOR  GRANTED  BY  THE  PRESI- 
DENT TO 

BRANNIGAN,  FELIX,  Private,  Company 
A,  for  volunteering  on  a  dangerous  ser- 
vice, bringing  valuable  information,  at  the 
battle  of  Chancellorsville,  Va.,  May  2, 
1863. 

GION,  JOSEPH,  Private,  Company  A,  for 
bravery  when  advancing  on  the  enemy's 
line  under  heavy  fire,  bringing  back  val- 
uable information,  at  the  battle  of  Chan- 
cellorsville, Va.,  May  2,  1863. 

JACOB  SON,  EUGENE  P.,  Sergeant-Major, 
for  bravery  in  conducting  a  scouting  party 
in  front  of  the  enemy  at  Chancellorsville, 
Va.,  May  2,  1863. 


LUTY,  GOTLIEB,  Sergeant,  Company  A, 
for  bravery  in  action,  at  Chancellorsville, 
Va.,  May  3:,  1863. 

BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
OF  THE  STATE  TO  ENLISTED  MAN  AS 
FOLLOWS  : 

McINTIRE,  MICHAEL,  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ALLES,  HENRY  M.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  24,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  B,  June  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Ma- 
jor, April  ii,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
May  3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Major,  August  23,  1863;  dis- 
charged, to  date  March  21,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Captain^  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  27,  1861,  original;  Major, 
May  26,  1863,  with  rank  from  April  n, 
1863,  vice  G.  H.  Quarterman,  discharged. 

ANDERSON,  RUDOLPH  N.,  age  25  years; 
en/rolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Cambridgeport, 
Mass.,  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  First  Sergeant,  Company  D,  June  20, 
1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  July, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  August  27,  1862, 
at  Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  November  20,  1862,  at  Alexandria, 
Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 19,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  16, 
1862,  vice  I.  H.  Bullard,  resigned. 

ANDREWS,  ROBERT  D.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  July  14,  1861,  at  Tidioute,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  August  20,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  October  19, 
1861 ;  killed  in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at 
Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  19,  1861,  vice  J.  F.  Chipchase,  ap- 
pointed Adjutant. 

BELKNAP,  A.  WELLING,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  June  15,,  1861,  at  Staten  Island 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  August  20, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  June  20, 
1862,  and  mustered  in  as  such,  January  13, 
1863;  as  Captain,  February  15,  1863;  dis- 


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missed,  to  date  August  3,1,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  i,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  May  26, 

1862,  with  rank  from  April  27,   1862,  vice 
E.    L.    Price,    promoted;    recommissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  23,  1862,  vice  E.  L.  Price, 
promoted ;  commissioned  Captain,  May  26, 

1863,  with  rank  from   February   15,    1863, 
vice   E.   L.   Price,   discharged. 

BENARD,  EDWARD,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  21,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June  27,  1861 ; 
dismissed,  October  14,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  I,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  27,  1861,  original. 

BOIRON,  JEAN  CLAUDE,  age  36  years ; 
enrolled  May  24,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  June  27,  1861 ; 
dismissed,  March  18,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  27,  1861,  original. 

BOOLE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled July  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Chap- 
lain, October  15,  1861 ;  discharged,  March 
21,  1862;  commissioned  Chaplain,  Febru- 
ary 22,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  15, 
1861,  original. 

BRADEN,  ROBERT  LINDSLEY,  late  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  47th  Militia;  enrolled  at 
Washington,  D.  C,  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  this 
regiment,  November  15,  1862;  discharged, 
February  5,  1863;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  November  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  27,  1862,  original. 

BREWSTER,  ROBERT  E.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  i,  1861,  at  Rochester 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  October  21, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  A,  January 
i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  September  19,  1862;  dis- 
charged, March  9,  1863;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  8th  Cavalry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  21,  1861,  vice  R.  D.  Andrews,  pro- 
moted; recommissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  21,  1862,  vice 


• — ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 

December  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 18,  1862,  vice  W.  Conway,  pro- 
moted. 

BRIGGS,  JOHN  I.,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
June  7,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  June  21,  1861 ;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  February  9,  1864;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  April  6,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  26,  1864,  before 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  9,  1864,  with  rank  from 
July  30,  1863,  vice  A.  M.  McCune,  pro- 
moted. 

BULLARD,  ISAAC  H.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Cambridgeport, 
Mass.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  June 

20,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  July, 
1862;     discharged,     September     18,     1862; 
commissioned    Second    Lieutenant,    Febru- 
ary 22,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  20,  1861, 
original;    not    commissioned    First    Lieu- 
tenant. 

BULLARD,  WILLARD,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  October  21,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
August  7,  1862;  mustered  in  as  such, 
March  3,  1863 ;  transferred  to  Company  D, 
as  First  Lieutenant,  April  25,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  mustered  out,  June  19,  1864 ; 
Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  Ma- 
jor, U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
March  13,  1865 ;  subsequent  service  in  I3th 
Artillery;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, May  I,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 

21,  1861,   original;    First   Lieutenant,    not 
mustered,   May  26,   1862,  with  rank  from 
April    n,   1862,   vice  J.   H.    Stewart,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  De- 
cember 17,   1862,  with  rank  from  August 
7,   1862,  vice  John  F.  Chipchase,  resigned. 

BURGESS,  JOHN  T.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Cambridgeport, 
iMass.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  D,  June  20,  1861 ; 
discharged,  May  15,  1862;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  178th  Infantry;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  20,  1 86 1,  original. 


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BURNS,  THOMAS,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
September  21,  1861,  at  Boston,  Mass.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  October  6,  1861 ;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  no  date;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, June  25,  1862,  near  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ; 
not  commissioned, 

BURTIS,  CHARLES  H.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled June  i,  1861,  at  Statera  Island  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, September  2,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, September  18,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in»i5th  Militia;  commissioned  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  2,  1861,  original; 
Colonel,  not  mustered,  April  19,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  n,  1862,  vice  C.  K.  Gra- 
ham, resigned. 

CA'LHOUN,  JAMES  T,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled June  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  October  15,  1861 ;  promoted 
Surgeon,  November  i,  1861 ;  mustered  in 
as  such,  March  3,  1863 ;  mustered  out, 
April  13,  1863,  for  appointment  a?  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  U.  S.  Army;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  15,  1861,  original;  Sur- 
geon, May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember i,  1861,  original. 

CHAMBERLAIN,  ANDREW  L.,  age  21 
years ;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Cambridge- 
port,  Mass.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Sergeant,  Company  D,  June  20, 
1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  July  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  September  19, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
March  10,  1863;  mustered  out,  August  3, 
1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  18,  1862,  vice  W.  H. 
Lounsbury,  promoted ;  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  May  26,  1863,  with  rank 
from  March  10,  1863,  vice  W.  Bullard, 
transferred. 

CHARTERS,  THOMAS,  age  42  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Falmouth,  Va.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  21,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  19,  1864, 
•before  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  9,  1863,  with  rank 


from  December  i,  1862,  vice  R.  N.  Ander- 
son, died,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

CHESTER,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  45  years; 
enrolled  May  14,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  June  27,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa., 
and  died,  of  his  wounds  the  same  day; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet,  from  July  2,  1863;  commissioned 
Captain,  May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
27,  1861,  original. 

CHIPCHASE,  JOHN  F.,  age  28  years ;  en- 
rolled June  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  August  20,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  Octo- 
ber 15,  1861 ;  discharged,  August  5,  1862 ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  February 
22,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  20,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 15,  1861,  original;  Captain,  not  mus- 
tered, declined,  April  25,  1862,  with  rank 
from  April  10,  1862,  vice  J.  H.  McMillan, 
resigned. 

COiNWAY,  WILLIAM,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled June  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June  27,  1861 ; 
promoted  Captain,  Company  D,  Septem- 
ber 18,  1862;  mustered  in  as  such,  January 
13,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
19,  1864,  before  Petersburg,  Va. ;  Major, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  May  i,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  27,  1861,  original;  Captain,  De- 
cember 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 18,  1862,  vice  Wm.  H.  Lounsbury,  pro- 
moted. 

CORSE,  FREDERICK  A.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  June  I,  1861,  at  Flushing  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  July  7,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, June  27,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  7,  1861,  original. 

DE  ZOUCHE,  DAVID  CLAUDE,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  Pitts- 
burg,  Pa.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Sergeant,  Company  A,  July  18,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  Company  K, 
March  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  13,  1862;  discharged,  Oc- 
tober 4,  1862;  again  enrolled,  and  mus- 


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tered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
A,  March  I,  1863;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
April  14,  1864;  discharged,  June  21,  1864; 
not  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  15,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  13,  1863,  vice  J.  H.  Stewart,  re- 
signed; Second  Lieutenant,  May  26,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  i,  1863,  vice  C.  S, 
Preston,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 4,  1863,  with  rank  from.  July  23, 

1863,  vice  C.   S.  Preston,  killed  in  action. 
DUSSUET,  CHARLES,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled May  24,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  June  27,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  March  12,  1863;  re- 
turned to  ranks,  no  date;  promoted  Sec- 
ond    Lieutenant,    Company    B,    June    30, 
1863 ;    mustered    in    as    First    Lieutenant, 
April   7,    1864;    killed    in    action,    May    10, 

1864,  near  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  not  commis- 
sioned   Second    Lieutenant ;    commissioned 
First    Lieutenant,    February  9,    1864,    with 
rank   from   August   I,   1863,  vice  J.    Spin- 
ning, dismissed. 

ERICKSON,  JR.,  AARON,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  July  n,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  October  6,  1861 ; 
discharged  for  disability,  March  4,  1863 ; 
see  I4th  Artillery;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  6,  1861,  original. 

ERWIN,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  19  years ;  en- 
rolled May  22,  1861,  at  Painted  Post  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  November  9, 
1861 ;  discharged,  October  4,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  February  22, 

1862,  with  rank   from  November  9,   1861, 
original. 

FERRER,  JOSEPH  R.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled February  7,  1863,  near  Falmouth, 
Va.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  March  7, 
1863;  transferred  to  Company  F,  in  June, 
1863;  to  Company  G,  in  August,  1863; 
mustered  in  as1  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 14,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  K, 
in  April,  1864;  to  Company  B,  in  June, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
26,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  23, 

1863,  with  rank  from  February  7,  1863,  vice 


A.  M.  McCune,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  4,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  28,  1863,  vice  G.  W.  Van  Der  Zee, 
promoted  Captain,  I45th  Infantry. 

GARNETT,  FREDERICK  E.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  May  24,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  June  27,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  June  30,  1862;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  E,  June  28,  1863;  wounded 
in  action,  July  — ,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ; 
transferred  to  Company  H,  October  29, 
1863 ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 24,  1863;  transferred  to  Company 
C,  June  28,  1864;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  6,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
7,  1863,  with  rank  from  June  27,  1863, 
vice  W.  H.  Sickles,  discharged;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  15,  1863,  with  rank 
from  September  26,  1863,  vice  J.  Macduff, 
resigned. 

GLACKMEYER,  ADOLPH,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  24,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  June  27,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  to  date  May  I,  1862; 
discharged,  January  7,  1863;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  26, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  18,  1862,  vice 
E.  Loicq,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  not 
mustered,  December  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  28,  1862,  vice  E.  Loicq,  dis- 
charged. 

GLASS,  JOHN  P.,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
April  22,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany A,  June  24,  1861 ;  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, April  27,  1862;  discharged  for  disa- 
bility, December  19,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  24,  1861,  original;  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, May  26,  1862,  with  rank  from  April 
n,  1862,  vice  C.  H.  Burtis,  promoted. 

GRAHAM,  CHARLES  K.,  age  37  years; 
enrolled  April  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Col- 
onel, October  15,  1861 ;  discharged,  April 
10,  1862;  again  enrolled,  and  mustered  in 
as  Colonel,  May  26,  1862;  mustered  out, 
March  15,  1863,  for  promotion  to  Briga- 
dier-General, U.  S.  Volunteers ;  commis- 
sioned Colonel,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  15,  1861,  original. 


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HARDCASTLE,  ARTHUR  S.,  age  27 
years;  enrolled  January  7,  1863,  at  Fal- 
mouthi  Va.,  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
March  7,  1863;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  to  date  February  15,  1863.;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  G,  4Oth  Infantry,  Au- 
gust 3,  1864;  prior  service  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, 3d  N.  J.  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  23,  1863,  with 
rank  from  January  7,  1863,  vice  G.  W. 
Van  Der  Zee,  promoted ;  First  Lieutenant, 
December  24,  1863,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 15,  1863,,  vice  A.  W.  Belknap,  pro- 
moted. 

HARRISON,  EDMUND  A.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  D,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
June  6,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  this  regiment,  Septem- 
ber 14,  1861 ;  promoted  Captain,  April  10, 
1862;  killed  in  action,  August  27,  1862,  at 
Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  14,  1861,  original;  Cap- 
tain, May  26,  1862,  with  rank  from  April 
10,  1862,  vice  J.  F.  Chipchase,  declined. 

HILL,  JAMES  E.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
July  14,  1861,  at  Tidioute,  Pa.,  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  August  20,  1861 ;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  4,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  such,  January  12,  1863;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  March  9,  1863 ; 
mustered  in  as  such,  May  16,  1863 ;  as 
Captain,  December  14,  1863 ;  wounded  in 
action,  May  3,1,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ; 
transferred  to  Company  H,  4Oth  Infantry, 
August  3,  1864';  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  27,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  4,  1862,  vice  M.  B.  Miller, 
promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  April  15,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  9,  1863,  vice  R.  A. 
Stanton,  promoted;  Captain,  December  4, 
1863,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1863,  vice 
C.  W.  Squier,  resigned. 

HOLT,  THOMAS,  Lieutenant-Colonel,  7oth 
Infantry;  promoted  Colonel,  this  regiment, 
May  16,  1863;  not  mustered  in;  retrans- 
ferred  to  7oth  Infantry,  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  November  30,  1863 ;  commissioned 


Colonel,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  16,  1863,  vice  C.  K.  Graham,  pro- 
moted Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers. 

HURLAUX,  VICTOR,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled May  24,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  June  27,  1861 ;  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  12,  1863 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  May  i,  1863;  as  Captain,  April 
7,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
26,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  28,  1862,  vice 
A.  Glackmeyer,  discharged ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, May  26,  1863,  with  rank  from  March 
7,  1863,  vice  R.  E.  Brewster,  resigned; 
Captain,  December  4,  1863,  with  rank  from 
April  n,  1863,  vice  H.  M.  Alles,  promoted. 

JACOBSON,  EUGENE  P.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  July  27,  1861,  at  Suffern  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  August  20,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
Company  B,  August  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  June  i,  1862;  Sergeant-Major, 
September  I,  1862;  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  May  2,  1863;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  January  13,  1864;  dis- 
charged, May  26',  1864;  Captain,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  from  March  13,  1865;  medal 
of  honor;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  8,  1864,  with  rank  from  August 
31,  1863,  vice  D.  M.  Watt,  promoted. 

KAUFFMAN,  JOHN  F.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled July  15,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Hos- 
pital Steward,  September  5,  1861 ;  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  July  I,  1862;  discharged 
for  disability,  November  19,  1862;  not 
commissioned. 

LODGE,  CHARLES,  age  47  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  No- 
vember i,  1862 ;  discharged  for  disability, 
May  27,  1863 ;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  February  6,  1863,  with  rank  from 
November  I,  1862,  vice  Louis  Masson,  re- 
signed. 

LOICQ,  EDWARD,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
May  24,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  June  27,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  May  I,  1862;  discharged, 
July  28,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 


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tenant,  February  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  27,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
May  26,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  18, 
1862,  vice  J.  C.  Boirojr,  dismissed. 
LOUNSBURY,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  35 
years;  enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Cam- 
bridgeport,  Mass.,  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  June  20,  r86r;  as  Captain,  May 
16,  1862;  promoted  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
September  18,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as  such, 
January  12,  1863;  wounded  in  action.  May 
3,  1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  mustered 
out,  to  date  August  9,  1864;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original; 
not  commissioned  Captain;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  December  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  18,  1862,  vice 
Charles  H.  Burtis,  resigned. 
MACDUFF,  JEANOTTE,  age  —  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Bristoe  Station,  Va.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  August  27,  1862; 
discharged  for  disability,  September  26, 
1863 ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
27,  1862,  vice  Lovell  Purdy,  Jr.,  promoted. 
MASON,  ASA  S.,  age  18  years;  enrcrUed 
April  22,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  June  24,  1861 ;  promoted  Quarter- 
master-Sergeant, to  date  April  27,  1862; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  February  8,  1864 ; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
F,  April  6,  1864;  transferred  to  Company 
H,  4Oth  Infantry,  August  3,  1864;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  February  9, 
1864,  with  rank  from  July  25,  1863,  vice 
J.  E.  Hill,  promoted. 

MASSON,  LOUIS,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
July  28,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  August  20,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
Company  B,  August  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
Assistant  Surgeon,  November  I,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, June  25,  1862;  commissioned  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  May  I,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  I,  1861,  vice  J.  T.  Cal- 
houn,  promoted. 

McCU-NE,  ALEXANDER  M.,  late  Adju- 
tant, 7ist  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  this  regi- 
ment, September  18,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, March  7,  1863;  as  Captain,  Com- 


pany G,  December  14,    1863 ;   wounded  in 
action,  June  5,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ; 
died,    of    his    wounds,    June    19.,    1864,    at 
Armory  Square  Hospital,  Washington,  D. 
C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber  18,    1862,   vice   R.    E.    Brewster,   pro- 
moted;    Firsjt     Lieutenant,    February    23, 
1863,   with   rank   from   February   7,    1863, 
vice  C.  W.  Squier,  promoted;  Captain,  De- 
cember 4,    1863,  with  rank   from  July   3, 
1863,  vice  W.  H.  Chester,  killed  in  action. 
McMILLAN,  JAMES  H.,  age  39  years ;  en- 
rolled June   i,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve   three   years ;    mustered   in  as    Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  September  14,  186*1 ;  dis- 
charged,   April    24,     1862;    commissioned 
Captain,    February    22,     1862,    with    rank 
from  September  14,  1861,  original. 
McNEIL,  HENRY,  age  33  years;  enrolled 
July  27,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  s.erve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  August  20,   1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, August  21,   1861 ;   Second  Lieuten- 
ant,  Company  D,   February   15,   1863;   re- 
transferred    as-   Private,    to    Company    E, 
March   — ,    1863;    promoted   Sergeant,   no 
date;  deserted,  April  i,  1863,  at  Falmouth, 
Va. ;  not  commissioned. 
MEW,   WILLIAM  M.,   age  26  years;   en- 
rolled July  14,  1861,  at  Tidioute,  Pa.,  to 
serve   three  years;   mustered   in   as   Cap- 
tain,   Company   F,   August   20,    1861 ;    dis- 
charged  for   disability,   February   7,    1863 ; 
commissioned  Captain,   February  22,   1862, 
with  rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original. 
MILLER,  MILTON  B.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years ;   mustered   in   as   First 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  June  24,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  April  12, 
1862;    as    First   Lieutenant,    Company    K, 
October  4,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  A, 
December  19,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  no 
date;      discharged      for      disability     from 
wounds,  April  7,  1863 ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  26,   1862,  with  rank 
from   April   10,    1862,   vice    F.    E.    Tyler, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  December  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  4,  i862>  vice 
W.  W.  Erwin,  discharged;  Captain,  Janu- 
ary 7,  1863,  with  rank  from  December  19, 
1862,  vice  J.   P.   Glass,  resigned. 
MO'REY,   GEORGE  A.,  age   24  years;   en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 


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serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  7th  Militia,  April  30,  1861 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  3,  1861, 
at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled  June  4, 

1861,  at  Staten  Island  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  E,  this 
regiment,   August  20,    1861 ;    died,  of  dis- 
ease, June  23,   1862,  at  Division  Hospital, 
near  Bottom's  Bridge,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Captain,  May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
20,  1 86 1,  original. 

O'KELL,  WILLIAM,  age  43  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered-  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  October  15, 
1861 ;  mustered  out,  September  15,  1864; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and  Quar- 
termaster, February  22,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  15,  1861,  original. 

OLMSTED,  WILLIAM  B.,  age  49  years; 
enrolled  June  3,  1861,  at  Staten  Island  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Major, 
September  2,  1861 ;  discharged,  April  27, 
1862;  see  I32d  Infantry;  commissioned 
Major,  May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 2,  1861,  original. 

PRESTON,  CHARLES  S.,  age  18  ye^ars; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  July  7,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  March  7,  1863 ;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, July  23,  1863,  at  Wapping  Heights, 
Va. ;  see  I45'th  Infantry;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 17,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  7, 

1862,  vice  M.  B.   Miller,  promoted;   First 
Lieutenant,  December  27,  1862,  with  rank 
from   August   10,    1862,  vice  F.   E.  Tyler, 
promoted. 

PRICE,  EDWARD  LIVINGSTON,  age  19 
years ;  enrolled  June  2,  1861,  at  Staten 
Island  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  August 
20,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  June  24,  1862 ;  dis- 
charged, February  2,  1863,  to  accept  pro- 
motion as  Colonel.  I45th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  May  I,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  20,  1861,  original ; 
Captain,  December  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  23,  1862,  vice  G.  A.  Morey,  de- 
ceased; Major,  not  mustered,  May  26, 
1862,  with  rank  from  April  27,  1862,  vice 
W.  B.  Olmsted,  resigned. 

PURCHASE,  SEAHAM  W.,  age  26  years ; 
enrolled  May  20,  1861,  at  Flushing  to 


serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  July  7,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  April  28,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  such,  January  13,  1863;  discharged  for 
disability,  March  9,  1863 ;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  7,  1861,  original ; 
Captain,  December  16,  1862,  with  rank 
from  April  27,  1862,  vice  G.  H.  Quarter- 
master, promoted. 

PURDY,  JR.,  LOVELL,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  15,  1861,  at  'New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  September  14, 
1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  April  n,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  May  5,  1862,  at  Wil- 
liamsburg,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
August  27,  1862;  as  Major,  April  20,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  June  16,  1864,  near 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  August  3, 
1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  14,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  December  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  n,  1862,  vice  F.  E. 
Tyler,  promoted ;  Captain,  December  27, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  27,  1862, 
vice  E.  A.  Harrison,  killed  in  action ; 
Major,  May  18,  1864,  with  rank  from  April 
20.  1864,  vice  H.  M.  Alles,  discharged. 

QUARTERMAN,  GEORGE  H.,  age  33 
years ;  enrolled  May  20,  1861,  at  Flush- 
ing to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  C,  July  7,  1861 ;  as 
Major,  April  28,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
May  5,  1862,  at  Williamsburg,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged for  disability  from  wounds,  April 
17,  1863 ;  commissioned  Captain,  February 
22,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  7,  1861, 
original;  Major,  November  I,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  27,  1862,  vice  W.  B.  Olm- 
sted, resigned. 

RIDGWAY,  FRANK,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
73d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  June  8,  1863 ;  mustered  out, 
August  3,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  June  26,  1863, 
with  rank  from  June  8,  1863,  vice  J.  T. 
Calhoun,  discharged. 

SHORT,  JAMES,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
July  19,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  August  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  May  6,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as 


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Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  February 
15,  1863;  killed  in  action,  July  23,  1863,  at 
Wapping  Heights,  Va. ;  not  commissioned. 

SICKLES,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  53  years;  en- 
rolled June  23,  1862,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  April  25,  1863 ; 
dishonorably  discharged,  June  27,  1863 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 17,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  23, 
1862,  vice  J.  Spinning,  promoted. 

SUTLER,  ROBERT,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled November  i,  1862,  at  Falmouth,  Va., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chap- 
lain, January  13,  1863 ;  died  of  disease, 
September  6,  1863,  at  the  Protestant  Union 
Infirmary,  at  Baltimore,  Md. ;  commis- 
sioned Chaplain,  December  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  I,  1862,  vice  W.  H. 
Boole,  discharged. 

SPINNING,  JOHN,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
May  25,  1861,  at  Astoria  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Private  Company 
C,  and  promoted  Sergeant-Major,  July  10, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  to  date  June  27,  1862 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  June  28,  1862 ;  dis- 
missed, to  date  August  31,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  26, 
1862,  with  rank  from  April  27,  1862,  vice 
A.  W.  Belknap,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  27,  1862,  vice  S.  W.  Purchase,  pro- 
moted. 

SQUIER,  CHARLES  W.,  age  25  years ;  en- 
rolled August  19,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  October  19, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  August 
27,  1862 ;  Captain,  February  7,  1863 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  such,  April  3,  1863 ;  discharged, 
May  15,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 19,  1861,  original ;  First  Lieutenant, 
December  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 27,  1862,  vice  R.  D.  Andrews,  killed 
in  action;  Captain,  February  23,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  7,  1863,  vice  Wm.  M. 
Mew,  discharged. 

STANTON,  ROBERT  A.,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled June  27,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  July  7,  1861 ;  promoted  Quar- 
termaster-Sergeant in  July  or  August, 
1861 ;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  De- 


cember i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  12,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  March  3,  1863; 
promoted  Captain,  Company  C,  March  9, 
1863 ;  mustered  in  as  such,  April  20,  1863 ; 
discharged,  July  8,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  27,  1862,  vice  Fred- 
erick A.  Corse,  discharged;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, January  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 19,  1862,  vice  M.  B.  Miller,  pro- 
moted; Captain,  April  15,  1863,  with  rank 
from  March  9,  1863,  vice  S.  W.  Purchase, 
resigned. 

STEWART,  JAMES  H.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  24,  1861 ; 
discharged,  June  13,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  24,  1861,  original;  Cap- 
tain, not  mustered,  May  26,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  n,  1862,  vice  J.  P.  Glass, 
promoted. 

STEWART,  JOSEPH  D.,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  3ist  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  June  5, 
1863;  wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  mustered  out,  August  3, 
1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  May  30,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  18,  1863,  vice  R.  L. 
Braden,  resigned. 

SUMMERS,  CHARLES  G.,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  7ist  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  this  regi- 
ment, September  i,  1862;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  May  i,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
May  31,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged, June  13,  1864,  for  appointment 
in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant ;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  10,  1863,  with  rank 
from  March  16,  1863,  vice  M.  Willis,  re- 
signed. 

TERRY,  IRA  E.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
May  28,  1861,  at  Norwich  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
C,  July  7,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
September  i.  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  March  10,  1863 ;  wounded  in 
action.  May  10,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  6,  1864, 
near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  April  15.  1863,  with  rank 


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from  March  9,  1863,  vice  J.  E.  Hill,  pro- 
moted. 

TYLER,  FRANCIS  EVELYN,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Pitts- 
burg,  Pa.,  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
June  24,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  K, 
January  i,  1862;  to  Company  C,  June  28, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  to  date  April  10,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  I,  August  10,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  June  3,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  21, 
1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
March  13,  1865;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  24,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  26,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  10,  1862,  vice  E.  A.  Harrison,  pro- 
moted ;  Captain,  December  27,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  10,  1862,  vice  Arthur 
Wilkinson,  resigned. 

VAN  DER  ZEE,  GEORGE  W.,  age  29  years  ; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  March  29,  1862;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  July  i,  1862;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  August  27,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  H,  October  4,  1862; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
January  7,  1863 ;  transferred  to  Company 
G,  May  I,  1863;  discharged,  June  n,  1863, 
for  promotion  to  Captain,  I45th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  27, 
1862,  vice  C.  W.  Squier,  promoted ;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  23,  1863,  with  rank 
from  January  7,  1863,  vice  A.  Glackmeyer, 
resigned. 


WATT,  DAVID  M.,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
October  i,  1861,  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  I,  October  17,  1861 ;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  14,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  such,  January  12,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  March  9,  1863;  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  December  14,  1863;  dis- 
charged, March  9,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from.  October  14,  1862,  vice 
Edward  Benard,  dismissed;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, May  26,  1863,  with  rank  from  March 
9,  1863,  vice  A.  Erickson,  Jr.,  discharged; 
Captain,  December  4,  1863,  with  rank  from 
August  31,  1863,  vice  A.  W.  Belknap,  dis- 
missed. 

WILKINSON,  ARTHUR,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  I,  October  19,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, August  10,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  19,  1861,  original. 

WILLIS,  MARTIN,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled May  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  K,  November  9,  1861 ; 
captured  in  action  at  Williamsburg,  Va., 
May  5,  1862;  no  date  of  exchange;  dis- 
charged, March  18,  1863;  commissioned 
Captain,  May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  9,  1861,  original. 

WOLCOTT,  JOHN  G.,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled and  appointed  Assistant  Surgeon, 
June  17,  1863;  unaccounted  for  since  Oc- 
tober 31,  1863,  and  dropped,  November  3, 
1863;  see  48th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  June  23,  1863,  with 
rank  from  June  17,  1863,  vice  C,  Lodge, 
resigned. 


SEVENTY-FIFTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY  (VETERAN). 
Auburn  Regiment;  Cayuga  County  Regiment. 

This  regiment,  Col.  John  A.  Dodge,  was  organized  at  Auburn,  received  its  numerical 
designation  November  14,  1861 ;  and  was  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  (nine 
companies),  at  Auburn,  for  three  years,  November  26,  1861.  The  men  were  recruited 
principally  in  the  counties  of  Cayuga  and  Seneca.  Company  K  joined  the  regiment  June 
24,  1862,  having  left  the  State  June  13,  1862.  In  April,  1864,  a  new  Company  K  was  again 
organized  to  take  the  place  of  the  one  consolidated  with  the  other  companies  April  10, 
1864.  The  men  entitled  to  be  discharged  at  the  expiration  of  the  term  of  service  were, 
November  19,  1864,  ordered  to  Auburn,  and  there  honorably  discharged  December  7,  1864; 
the  regiment  was  continued  in  service,  but  consolidated,  November  19,  1864,  into  a  bat- 


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talion  of  five  companies,  A,  B,  C,  D  and  E;  the  men  of  Company  H  being  transferred 
to  Company  A;  those  of  I  to  Company  B ;  of  K  to  Company  C;  of  G  to  Company  D; 
and  those  of  F  to  Company  E.  In  April,  1865,  the  3ist  Independent  Company  of  Infantry 
joined  the  battalion  as  its  Company  F. 

The  regiment  (nine  companies)  left  the  State  December  6,  1861 ;  served  at  Santa  Rosa 
Island  and  Fort  Pickens,  Fla.,  from  December,  1861 ;  at  Pensacola,  Fla.,  from  May,  1862; 
at  New  Orleans,  La.,  Department  of  the  Gulf,  from  September,  1862;  in  Weitzel's  Reserve 
Brigade,  Department  of  the  Gulf,  from  October,  1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  igth 
Corps,  from  January,  1863;  in  Reserve  Brigade,  ist  Division,  ipth  Corps,  from  August, 
1863;  in  3d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  igth  Corps,  from  September,  1863;  was  mounted  and 
joined  the  3d  Cavalry  Brigade  in  October,  1863 ;  on  veteran  furlough  in  January  and 
February,  1864,  the  non-veterans,  about  90  men,  serving  with  Companies  K  and  L,  I4th 
Cavalry,  and  rejoining  the  regiment  June  28,  1864;  the  veteran  regiment  left  for  Wash- 
ington, D.  C.,  22d  Corps,  as  infantry,  April  2,  1864;  for  Department  of  the  Gulf,  May 
20,  1864;  served  in  the  ist  Brigade,  2d  Division,  iQth  Corps,  from  June  4,  1864;  with  the 
Army  of  the  James,  from  2ist  to  3ist  of  July,  1864;  in  the  Shenandoah  valley  from 
August,  1864;  left  for  Savannah,  Ga.,  January  n,  1865;  served  in  the  ist  Brigade,  ist 
Division,  loth  Corps,  from  February,  1865 ;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  1st  Division,  Department 
of  Georgia,  from  March,  1865;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under 
Col.  Robert  P.  York,  August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  3  officers,  50  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  42  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
109  enlisted  men;  total,  4  officers,  201  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  205;  of  whom  10  enlisted 
men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it,  or  portions  of  it,  took  part  in  the  following 
engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Forts  McRee  and  Barancas   Fla  

1862. 
{an.             i 

lay            9 
28 
Oct.          25 

i 

Fair  Oaks   Fla 

27 
1863. 
Jan.          13 

i 

X 

a 

Bayou  Teche   La             

14 
Mar.  14—15 

i 

3 

18 

24 

April        ii 
12-13 
14 

May         so 

21 

25 

May  23- 

M       July  8 
May         27 

June         14 
July         13 

17 

i 
i 

2 

7 

2 

2 

8 

21 

1 

1  * 

57 

i 

3 

107 

First  assault  

Bayou  La  Fourche,  La  

Sept.           8 
Nov.         19 
Dec.            3 
1864. 
Mar.  10- 
May  22 
Mar.         21 

4 

i 

71 

85 

Near  New  Iberia,  La  

Red  River  Campaign,  La  

Natchitoches  

Mar.          29 
April           2 

Crump's  Hill  

i 

i 

Pleasant  Hill  

8 
8 
9 
20 

21 
22 
23 

Pleasant  Grove  

Pleasant  Hill  

Natchitoches  

Cloutersville  and  Luciaville  .  .  . 

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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Red  River  Campaign,  La.  (Continued) 
Above  Alexandria  

1864. 
April         28 

i 

2 

3 

Below  Alexandria  

May        4-5 
13-14 
14 

is 

16 
24 
July   21-31 
27-29 
Aug.  23-24 

Choctaw  Bayou  

Halltown   Va  

i 

i 

Halltown  Va  .                                            

Sept.           4 

19 
22 
23-24 

Oct.           19 

19 

i 

4 

3 

37 

i 

8 

73 

Fisher's  Hill   Va  

Cedar  Creeki  Va  

4 

3 

i 

IS 

32 

55 

Total  loss  

3 

50 

i 

42 

8 

147 

3 

us 

369 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
JOHN    A.    DODGE,    from    November    26, 

1861,  to  July  2i,    1862.. 

ROBERT  B.  MERRITT,  from  October  22, 

1862,  to   September  20,   1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
ROBERT  B.  MERRITT,  from  October  21, 

1861,  to  October  22,  1862. 
WILLOUGHBY  BABCOCK,  from  July  21, 

1862,  to  October  6,  1864. 

ROBERT  P.  YORK,  from  December  16, 
1864,  to  August  31,  1865. 

Majors. 

WILLOUGHBY  BABCOCK,  from  Decem- 
ber 4,  1861,  to  July  21,  1862. 

LEWIS  E.  CARPENTER,  from  July  21, 
1862,  to  July  10,  1864. 

BENJAMIN  F.  THURBER,  from  August 
20  to  December  6,  1864. 

WILLIAM  M.  HOSMER,  from  June  9  to 
August  31,  1865. 

Adjutants. 

EDWARD  B.  LANSING,  from  October  o, 

1861,   to    November   10,    1863. 
WILLIAM  H.  SAYRE,  from  January  3  to 

December  6,    1864. 

Quartermasters. 

LEWIS  E.  CARPENTER,  from  September 
20,  1861,  to  July  21,  1862. 


GEORGE  L.  HOWE,  from  November  i, 
1862,  to  December  6,  1864. 

Surgeons. 
MICHAEL  D.  BENEDICT,   from  October 

25,  1861,  to  December  6,  1864. 
WILLIAM   W.   ROOT,   from   December  2, 

1864,  to   August  31,   1865. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
CYRUS     POWERS,    from    November    26, 

1861,  to  October  12,  1862. 
WILLIAM    W.    ROOT,    from    August   ?o, 

1862,  to  December  2,  1864. 

WESLEY  BLAISDELL,  from  November 
15,  1862,  to  July  4,  1863. 

FREDERICK  S.  TREADWAY,  from  Oc- 
tober i,  1863,  to  December  6,  1864. 

Chaplains. 
THOMAS   B.   HUDSON,   from    November 

26,  1861,  to  July  7,   1862. 

SIMON  S.  GOSS,  from  November  7,  1862, 

to  March  4,   1863. 
JOHN    E.    WERTH,    from    June    29,    1863, 

to  December  6,   1864. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 

CLINTON      DUGALD      MAcDOUGALL, 
from  October  3,  1861,  to  August  15,  1862. 
JAMES  H.   HINMAN,   from  January   i  to 
July  i,  1863. 


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BENJAMIN   F.   THURBER,   from  August 

24,  1863,  to  August  20,  1864. 
LUCIUS  G.  DRAPER,  from  September  15, 

1864,  to  February  16,  1866. 
AREA  M.  SEYMOUR,  from  November  19 

to  December  6,  1864. 
GEORGE  A.  NILES,  from  August  i  to  31, 

1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ROBERT   B.   MERRITT,   from   October  2 

to  21,  1861. 
JAMES    H.    HINMAN,    from   October   22, 

1861,  to  January  i,  1863. 
BENJAMIN  F.  THURBER,   from  August 

16,   1862,  to  August  24,  1863. 
JAMES    K.    WARDEN,    from   August   24, 

1863,  to  August  25,  1864. 
WILLIAM  H.  ROOT,   from  October  3  to 

November  25,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ERASTUS  E.  BROWN,  from  September 
17  to  November  26,  1861. 

BENJAMIN  F.  THURBER,  from  Novem- 
ber 26,  1861,  to  August  16,  1862. 

JAMES    K.    WARDEN,    from   August    16, 

1862,  to  August  24,  1863. 

LUCIUS  G.  DRAPER,  from  September  14, 

1863,  to  May  18,  1864, 

GEORGE   A.   NILES,   from   November   19, 

1864,  to  August  i,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
TRUMAN    K.    FULLER,    from    November 

26,  1861,  to  October  9,  1863. 
ANSON     TULLER,     from    December    31, 

1863,  to  December  6,   1864. 
JESSE  BAXTER,  from  December  7,  1864, 

to  June  3,  1865. 
LESTER  D.  WILSON,  from  August  21  to 

3i,   1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  H.  STEVENSON,  from  No- 
vember 26,  1861,  to  April  25,  1862. 

ANSON  TULLER,  from  June  25,  1862,  to 
December  31,  1863. 

DAVID  H.  FOSTER,  from  January  28  to 
June  5,  1864. 

JESSE  BAXTER,  from  September  15  to 
December  7,  1864, 

LESTER  D.  WILSON,  from  January  2  to 
August  21,  1865. 


Second  Lieutenants: 
ANSON    TULLER,    from    November    26, 

1861,  to  June  25,  1862. 
AREA  M.  SEYMOUR,  from  June  25,  1862, 

to  January   19,   1863, 
WILLIAM  H.  ROOT,  from  March  13,  1863, 

to  October  3,   1864. 
JESSE  BAXTER,  October  17,   1864. 
GILBERT  L.   OSBORNE,  from  December 

25,  1864,  to  August  31,   1865. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

WILLIAM  H.  CRAY,  from  November  26, 

1861,  to  April  6,  1864. 
GEORGE  McFARLAN,  from  July  7,  1864, 

to  August  30,   1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  W.  DREW,  from  November  26, 

1861,  to  March  25,   1863. 
HORACE  B.  FITCH,  from  March  27,  1863, 

to  November  27,  1864. 
WILLIAM  S.  HOXIE,  from  May  i  to  June 

27,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

AUGUSTUS  W.  BENEDICT,  from  No- 
vember 26,  1861,  to  March  2,  1863. 

GEORGE  McFARLAN,  from  July  4,  1863, 
to  July  7,  1864. 

VOLNEY  H.  SWEETING,  from  April  13 
to  June  18,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

CHARLES  C.  DWIGHT,  from  October  3, 

1861,   to  July   10,    1862. 
ANDREW  Y.   CORNING,  from  December 

17,  1862,  to  November  20,  1863. 
WILLIAM   M.   HOSMER,   from  April  24, 

1864,  to  June  9,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ANDREW  Y.  CORNING,  from  November 

26,  1861,  to  December   17,   1862. 
GEORGE  D.  ROBINSON,  from  December 

17,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 
WILLIAM    M.    HOSMER,    from    May    i, 

1863,  to  April  24,   1864. 
DAVID   H.   FOSTER,   from  December  31, 

1863,  to  January  28,  1864. 


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FREDERICK  COSSUM,  from  September 
9  to  ,  1864. 

CHARLES  W.  WOLCOTT,  from  Novem- 
ber 19,  1864,  to  August  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  D.  ROBINSON,  from  November 
26,  1861,  to  December  17,  1862. 

LUTHER  T.  HUTCHINSON,  from  De- 
cember 17,  1862,  to  June  14,  1863. 

DAVID  H.  FOSTER,  from  September  14 
to  December  311,  1863. 

WILBER  P.  SABINS,  from  April  8  to  30, 
1864. 

WILLIAM  S.  HOXIE,  from  December  25, 
1864,  to  May  i,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
LUTHER  GOODRICH,  from  November  26, 

1861,  to  January  5,   1864. 
FRANCIS  A.  HOPPING,  from  January  3, 

1864,  to  March  7,  1865. 

CHARLES  HOUGH  COX,  from  November 
19,  1864,  to  August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  L.  STANFORD,  from  Novem- 
ber 26,  1861,  to  September  3,  1862. 

FRANCIS  A.  HOPPING,  from  January  16, 
1863,  to  January  3,  1864. 

SAMUEL  M.  CHESEBRO,  from  September 
15,  1864,  to  August  31,  1863. 

ROSELLE  B.  ROE,  from  November  19  to 
December  16,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

FRANCIS  A.  HOPPING,  from  November 
26,  1861,  to  January  16,  1863. 

CHARLES  W.  CROCKER,  from  January 
16  to  September  14,  1863. 

HORACE  J.  WOODWORTH,  from , 

to  January  3,  1864. 

ERASTUS  W.  HANES,  from  November 
26,  1864,  to  June  22,  1865. 

SANFORD  B.  TEED,  from  June  27  to  Au- 
gust 31,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
HENRY   B.    FITCH,   from   November  26, 

1861,  to  November  23,  1863. 
WILLIAM  L.  STANFORD,  from  April  16 
to  24,  1864. 


CHARLES   HOUGH   COX,   from  April   i 

to  November  19,  1864. 
ROBERT    WEHRHAN,    from   April   7   to 

August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  E.  AVERY,  from  November  26, 
1861,  to  May  27,  1863. 

JEHIEL  CLARK,  from  June  i  to  July  10, 
1863. 

CHARLES  W.  CROCKER,  from  Septem- 
ber 14,  1863,  to  March  3,  1864. 

LUCIUS  G.  DRAPER,  from  May  18  to  Sep- 
tember 15,  1864. 

ROSELLE  B.  ROE,  from  August  13  to  No- 
vember 19,  1864. 

WILLIAM  S.  HOXIE,  from  June  27  to 
August  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HORACE  B.  FITCH,  from  October  26, 
1861,  to  March  27,  1863. 

WILLIAM  H.  SAYRE,  from  July  3,  1863, 
to  January  3,  1864. 

HORACE  J.  WOODWORTH,  from  Sep- 
tember 14,  1863,  to  ,  and  from  Jan- 
uary 3  to  June  3,  1864. 

THOMAS  P.  SMITH,  from  April  20  to 
August  31,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY   G. 
Captains: 
JOHN    E.    SAVERY,    from    November    6, 

1861,  to   March  9,   1864. 

WILLIAM  D.  JAYNES,  from  May  14  to 
September  14,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

LEWIS  E.  CARPENTER,  September  20, 
1861. 

WILLIAM  D.  HAMILTON,  from  Novem- 
ber 29,  1861,  to  June  16,  1862. 

CHARLES  HOUGH  COX,  from  June   16, 

1862,  to  April  i,  1864. 

CHARLES  W.  WOLCOTT,  from  April  i 
to  November  19,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  D.  HAMILTON,  from  Novem- 
ber 26  to  29,  1861. 

CHARLES  HOUGH  COX,  from  February 
17  to  June  16,  1862. 

SAMUEL  M.  CHESEBRO,  from  June  16, 
1862,  to  July  20,  1863. 


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WILLIAM    D.    JAYNES,    from    July    28, 

1863,  to  May  14,  1864. 
WILBER   P.  SABINS,  from  January  i  to 

April  8,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
JOHN  CHOATE,  from  November  18,  1861, 

to  September  19,   1862. 
ELBRIDGE    G.    MILES,    from    September 

19,   1862,  to  February  14,   1863. 
GEORGE  B.  CURTIS,  from  February  14  to 

August  9,  1863. 
AREA  M.  SEYMOUR,  from  November  29, 

1863,  to  November  19,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ELBRIDGE  G.  MILES,  from  September  21, 

1861,  to  September  19,  1862. 

JAMES  E.  WHITESIDE,  from  September 

19,   1862,   to  January  14,   1863. 
AREA  M.  SEYMOUR,  from  January  19  to 

November  29,   1863. 
ISAAC  STARK,  from  November  29,  1863, 

to  December  6,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  E.  WHITESIDE,  from  November 

18,    1861,  to   September   19,   1862. 
GEORGE  B.  CURTIS,  from  December  17, 

1862,  to  February  14,  1863. 

ISAAC  STARK,  from  February  18  to  No- 
vember 29,  1863. 

GEORGE  A.  NILES,  from  October  18  to 
November  19,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

LANSING  PORTER,  from  November  26, 

1861,  to  April  16,  1863. 

FRANK  J.  SILSBY,  from  May  I,  1863,  to 
December  6,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD    B.    LANSING,    November    26, 

1861. 
HORACE  SILSBY,  from  December  5,  1861, 

to  September  5,  1862. 
FRANK   J.    SILSBY,    from    September    6, 

1862,  to  May   i,   1863. 

CHARLES  P.   FORD,   from  November  20, 

1863,  to  April  18,  1864. 

175 


Second  Lieutenants: 

HORACE  SILSBY,  from  November  19  to 
December  5,  1861. 

FRANK  J.  SILSBY,  from  December  5, 
1861,  to  September  6,  1862. 

WILLIAM  M.  HOSMER,  from  September 
6,  1862,  to  May  I,  1863. 

CHARLES  P.  FORD,  from  May  I  to  No- 
vember 20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM   H.   STEVENSON,  from  April 

25   to  September  3,   1862. 
WILLIAM  L.  STANFORD,  from  Septem- 
ber 3,  1862,  to  April  16,  1864. 
CHARLES  W.  CROCKER,  from  March  3 
to  November  27,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JEHIEL  CLARK,  from  April  25,  1862,  to 

June   i,  1863. 

JOHN  P.  FOWLER,  March  3,  1864. 
FREDERICK  COSSUM,   from  August  26 

to  September  9,  1864,  and  from ,  to 

November  25,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

WILBER  P.  SABINS,  from  September  14, 
1863,  to  January  I,  1864. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

YORK,  ROBERT  P.,  as  Colonel. 

HOSMER,  WILLIAM  M.,  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

COX,  CHARLES  HOUGH,  as  Major. 

FEARN,  HERBERT,  as  Surgeon. 

CHESEBRO,  SAMUEL  M.,  as  Captain. 

CLARK,  JEHIEL,  as  Captain. 

HOPPING,  FRANCIS  A.,  as  Captain  (2d). 

HOXIE,  WILLIAM  S.,  as  Captain. 

L'AMOREAUX,  ALBERT  T.,  as  Captain. 

VON  ALVENSLEVEN,  MAX,  as  Captain. 

WOLCOTT,  CHARLES  W.,  as  Captain. 

CLEMENCE,  WILLIAM  H.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant 

DONNELL,  JOHN,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

FRENSEL,  PHILLIP,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

LEONARD,  CHARLES  A.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

OS  BORNE,  GILBERT  L.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 


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SMITH,  THOMAS  P.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

TEED,  SANFORD  B.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

ANNABLE,  GEORGE  G.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

CHAMBERLAIN,  JOHN  N.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

CHESEBRO,  SAMUEL  M.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant  (ad). 

CLARK,  THOMAS,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

DANIELS,  EDWARD  H.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

DONNELL,  JOHN,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

KALLE,  CHARLES  F.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

LEONARD,  CHARLES  A.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

SCHERMERHORN,  DARWIN,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

TILLOTSON,  MONTGOMERY,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

VON  HAICK,  WILLIAM,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS, GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR  OF 
THE  STATE  TO  AN  ENLISTED  MAN  AS 
FOLLOWS  : 

SEYMOUR,  GEORGE  P.,  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 
ANNABLE,  GEORGE  G.,  age  20  years ;  en- 
rolled September  24,  1861,  at  Onondaga 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  G,  November  26,  1861 ;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran  in  Company  K,  Feb- 
ruary 25,  1864;  promoted  Corporal,  April 
I,  1864;  transferred  to  Company  C,  No- 
vember 19,  1864;  to  Company  B,  Novem- 
ber 28,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant,  January 
I,  1865;  transferred  to  Company  F,  April 

23,  1865;  promoted  First   Sergeant,  April 

24,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  Au- 
gust 31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  commis- 
sioned,  not  mustered,   Second  Lieutenant, 
October  31,    1865,   with    rajnk   from   April 
24,  1865,  vice  S.  B.  Teed,  promoted. 

AVERY,  WILLIAM  E.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled September  18,  1861,  at  Farmerville 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  November  26, 


1861 ;  killed  in  action,  May  27,  1863,  at 
Port  Hudson,  La. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  30,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  18,  1861,  original. 

BABCOCK,  WILLOUGHBY,  late  First 
Lieutenant,  3d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Major,  this  regiment,  December  4,  1861 ;  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  July  21,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  September  19,  1864,  and  died, 
of  his  wounds,  October  6,  1864,  at  Win- 
chester, Va. ;  Brigadier-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  September  19, 
1864;  commissioned  Major,  December  4, 
1861,  with  rank  of  same  date,  original; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  October  21,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  21,  1862,  vice  R.  B.  Mer- 
ritt,  promoted. 

BAXTER,  JESSE,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
March  9,  1864,  at  Victor  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company, 
B,  March  17,  1864;  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, October  17,  1864;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, to  date  September  15,  1864;  as  Cap- 
tain, December  7,  1864;  discharged,  June 
3,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  23,  1864,  with 
rank  from  May  21,  1864,  vice  I.  Stark, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  October  30, 
1864,  with  rank  from  September  15,  1864, 
vice  L.  G.  Draper,  promoted ;  Captain, 
December  19,  1864,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 7,  1864,  vice  A.  M.  Seymour,  mus- 
tered out. 

BENEDICT,  AUGUSTUS  W.,  age  22 
years ;  enrolled  October  12,  1861,  at  Vic- 
tory to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  Novem- 
ber 26,  1861 ;  discharged,  March  2,  1863, 
for  promotion  to  Major,  76th  U.  S.  Col- 
ored Troops ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, November  30,  1861,  with  rank  from 
October  12,  1861,  original. 

BENEDICT,  MICHAEL  D.,  age  47  years; 
enrolled  at  Skaneateles  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  Oc- 
tober 25,  1861 ;  discharged,  November  25, 
1864 ;  discharge  revoked ;  mustered  out, 
December  6,  1864,  at  Auburn,  N.  Y. ;  com- 
missioned Surgeon,  November  30,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  24,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

BLAISDELL,  WESLEY,  age  45  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  No- 


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vember  15,  1862;  discharged,  July  4,  1863; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Novem- 
ber 17,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
13,  1862,  vice  C.  Powers,  discharged. 

BROWN,  ERASTUS  E.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Moravia  to 
serve  three  years ;  elected  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  September  17,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, November  26,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

CARPENTER,  LEWIS  E.,  age  45  years; 
enrolled  at  Auburn  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  September  20,  1861 ;  as  Quarter- 
master, same  date;  as  Major,  July  21, 
1862;  discharged,  July  10,  1864;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  30, 
1861,  with  rank  from  September  20,  1861, 
original ;  Quartermaster,  December  I, 

1861,  with  rank  from  September  20,  1861, 
original;    Major,    October    21,    1862,    with 
rank  from  July  21,  1862,  vice  W.  Babcock, 
promoted. 

CHAMBERLAIN,  JOHN  N.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  September  24,  1861,  at  Sennett  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  D,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  no  date;  discharged, 
September  12,  1863,  to  accept  commission 
in  3d  La.  Engineers,  Corps  d'Afrique, 
subsequently  97th  U.  S.  Colored  Infan- 
try; commissioned,  not  mustered,  de- 
clined, Second  Lieutenant,  August  22, 
1863,  with  rank  from  June  14,  1863,  vice 
Luther  T.  Hutchinson,  killed  in  action. 

CHESEBRO,  SAMUEL  M.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  20,  1861,  at  Red  Creek 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  G,  November  26, 
1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  June  16,  1862 ; 
discharged,  July  20,  1863;  again  enrolled, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  K, 
March  11,  1864;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
April  i,  1864;  transferred  to  Company  C, 
November  19,  1864;  to  Company  D,  No- 
vember 28,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  to  date  Septem- 
ber 15,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  21. 

1862,  with  rank  from  June  16,   1862,  vice 
C.    H.    Cox,    promoted ;     recommissioned, 
not    mustered,    Second    Lieutenant,    April 
29,    1864,  with  rank  from   March  9,    1864, 


vice  W.  D.  Jaynes,  promoted;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  September  16, 
1864,  with  rank  from  August  27,  1864; 
vice  J.  K.  Warden,  resigned;  Captain, 
not  mustered,  September  25,  1865,  with 
rank  from  September  20,  1865,  vice  G. 
McFarlan,  dismissed. 

CHOATE,  JOHiN,  age  36  years;  enrolled 
September  21,  1861,  at  Auburn  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  November  18,  1861 ;  discharged, 
September  19,  1862;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, November  30,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  21,  1861,  original. 

CLARK,  JEHIEL,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
September  16,  1861,  at  Port  Byron  to  serve 
three  years1;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  November  26,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  April  25, 
1862 ;  transferred  to  Company  F,  June  i, 
1863;  discharged,  July  10,  1863;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  April  25,  1862, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  original ;  Cap- 
tain, not  mustered,  July  23,  1863.,  with 
rank  from  April  2,  1863,  vice  J.  H.  Hin- 
man,  promoted  Major,  mth  Infantry. 

CLARK,  THOMAS,  age  28  years ;  enrolled 
December  4,  1861,  at  Montezuma  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  December  311,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, January  18,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, February  u,  1864;  transferred  to 
Company  B,  November  19,  1864;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  January  i,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Sa- 
vannah, Ga. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  25,  1865, 
with  rank  from  June  3,  1865,  vice  G.  L. 
Osborne,  promoted. 

CLEMENCE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  16,  1861,  at  Auburn 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  A,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  no  date;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  January  3,  1865 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Savan- 
nah, Ga. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
First  Lieutenant,  September  25,  1865,  with 
rank  from  August  i,  1865,  vice  P.  Frensel, 
not  mustered. 

CORNING,  ANDREW  Y.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  September  17,  1861,  at  Scipio 


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Center  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  November 
26,  1861 ;  promoted  Captain,  December  17, 
1862;  discharged,  November  20,  1863;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  November  30, 

1861,  with  rank  from  September  17,  1861, 
original;  Captain^  December  18,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  n,  1862,  vice  Charles  C. 
Dwight,     appointed     Assistant     Adjutant- 
General,  U.   S.   Volunteers. 

COSSUM,  FREDERICK,  age  19  years ;  en- 
rolled September  21,  1861,  at  Auburn  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  H,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  February  18,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  June  14,  1863,  at  Port 
Hudson,  La. ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
August  3,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
January  i,  1864 ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  to  date  August  26, 
1864;  transferred  to  Company  D,  Septem- 
ber 9,  1864;  retransf erred  to  Company  K, 
no  date;  mustered  out,  November  25,  1864, 
at  Auburn,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  August  24,  1864,  with  rank 
from  July  I,  1864,  vice  W.  M.  Hosmer, 
promoted. 

COX,  CHARLES  HOUGH,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  September  21, 1861,  at  Meridian  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  November  26,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  February  17,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  June  16,  1862;  cap- 
tured in  action,  September  8,  1863,  at  Sa- 
bine  Pass,  Tex.;  paroled,  no  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  F,  April  i, 
1864;  transferred  to  Company  E,  Novem- 
ber 19,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  10, 

1862,  with  rank  from  February   17,    1862, 
vice   W.    D.    Hamilton,    promoted ;    First 
Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  i<5,   1862,  vice  W.  D.  Hamilton^  re- 
signed;   Captain,   January    16,    1864,    with 
rank  from  November  23,  1863,  vice  H.  B. 
Fitch,  resigned ;  Major,  not  mustered,  Oc- 
tober 31,   1865,  with  rank  from  April  24, 
1865,  vice  W.  M.  Hosmer,  promoted. 

CRAY,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled September  17,  1861,  at  Auburn  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  C,  November  26,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, April  6,  1864;  commissioned  Cap- 


tain, November  30,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  17,  1861,  original. 
CROCKER,  CHARLES  W.,  age  20  years*; 
enrolled  September  17,  1861,  at  Auburn  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  November  26,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1863; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  Septem- 
ber 14,  1863 ;  as  Captain,  Company  K, 
March  3,  1864;  discharged,  November  27, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 3,  1862,  vice  F.  A.  Hopping,  promoted ; 
First  Lieutenant,  August  22,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  27,  1863,  vice  W.  E.  Avery, 
killed  in  action;  Captain,  February  29, 

1864,  with    rank   of    same    date,    vice    L. 
Goodrich,   promoted   Colonel,   U.    S.   Col- 
ored Troops. 

CURTIS,  GEORGE  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled September  28,  1861,  at  Huron  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  H,  November  26, 
1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  December  17, 
1862;  as  Captain,  February  14,  1863;  dis- 
charged, August  9,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  19,  1862,  vice 
J.  E.  Whiteside,  promoted;  Captain,  June 
10,  1863,  with  rank  from  February  14, 
1863,  vice  E.  G.  Miles,  resigned. 

DANIELS,  EDWARD  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  November  25,  1861,  at  Scott  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  November  26,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Quartermaster-Sergeant,  July  17, 
1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veterani,  January  i, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  August 
31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 25,  1865,  with  rank  from  April  23, 

1865,  vice  C.  A.  Leonard,  promoted. 
DODGE,  JOHN  A.,  age  42  years;  enrolled 

September  6,  1861,  at  Auburn  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  No- 
vember 26,  1861 ;  discharged,  July  21,  1862 ; 
commissioned  Colonel,  November  30,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  14,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

DONNELL,  JOHN,  age  18  years;  enrolled 
September  16,  1861,  at  Mottville  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  November  26,  1861 ;  captured  in 
action,  June  27,  1863,  at  Port  Hudson, 


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La. ;  paroled,  and  promoted  Corporal,  no 
dates;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i, 
1864;  promoted  Sergeant,  April  18,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  September  19,  1864,  at 
Winchester,  Va. ;  promoted  Sergeant- 
Major,  January  8,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  August  31,  1865,  at  Savan- 
nah, Ga. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  13,  1865,  with 
rank  from  June  23,  1865,  vice  E.  W. 
Hanes,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  not 
mustered,  September  25.,  1865,  with  rank 
from  August  I,  1865,  vice  L.  G.  Draper, 
promoted. 

DRAPER,  LUCIUS  G.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled September  29,  1861,  at  Summer 
Hill  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  November  26,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  May  27,  1863,  at  Port 
Hudson,  La. ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, September  14,  1863;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  May  18,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  October  19,  1864,  at 
Cedar  Creek,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  to  date  September  15, 
1864;  mustered  out,  February  16,  1866; 
commissioned  Second  'Lieutenant,  August 
22,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  10,  1863, 
vice  J.  K.  Warden,  promoted ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, April  29,  1864,  with  rank  from 
April  I,  1864,  vice  J.  Clark,  promoted; 
Captain,  October  31,  1864,  with  rank  from 
September  15,  1864,  vice  W.  D.  Jaynes, 
transferred  to  Veteran  Reserve  Corps. 

DREW,  CHARLES  W.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled September  17,  1861,  at  Weedsport 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  November  26, 
1861 ;  discharged,  March  25,  1863,  for  pro- 
motion to  Colonel,  U.  S.  Colored  Troops ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  November 
30,  1861,  with  rank  from  September  17, 
1861,  original. 

DWIGHT,  CHARLES  C,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled September  17,  1861,  at  Auburn  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  October  3,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, July  10,  1862,  for  promotion  to 
Assistant  Adjutant-General,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers; commissioned  Captain,  November 
30,  1861,  with  rank  from  September  17, 
1861,  original. 

FEARN,  HERBERT,  late  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, 44'th  Infantry;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  January 


22,  1864,  with  rank  from  January  18,  1864, 
vice  M.  D.  Benedict,  discharged. 

FITCH,  HENRY  B.,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
September  18,  1861,  at  Ledyard  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  November  26,  1861 ;  discharged, 
November  23,  1863;;  commissioned  Captain, 
November  30,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 18,  1861,  original. 

FITCH,  HORACE  B.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled September  18,  1861,  at  Auburn  to 
serve  three  years;  -mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  October  26, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
March  27,  18631;  mustered  out,  November 

27,  1864,  for  promotion  to  Captain,   I39th 
Infantry;    commissioned    Second    Lieuten- 
ant,  November  30,   1861,  with  rank  from 
October  9,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
June  10,  1863,  with  rank  from  March  25, 
1863,  vice  C.  W.  Drew,  resigned. 

FORD,  CHARLES  P.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled October  9,  1861,  at  Auburn  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  I,  November  26,  1861 ;  as  Second 
•Lieutenant,  May  i,  1863;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  November  20,  1863 ;  dis- 
charged, April  18,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  22,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  I,  1863,  vice  William  M. 
Hosmer,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Jan- 
uary 16,  1864,  with  rank  from  November 
20,  1863,  vice  F.  A.  Hopping,  promoted. 

FOSTER,  DAVID  H.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled September  21,  1861,  at  Port  Byron 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  November  26,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  May  17,  1862;  First  Ser- 
geant, March  I,  1863;  Sergeant-Major, 
August  14,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  September  14, 
1863 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  December  31, 
1863 ;  transferred  to  Company  B,  January 

28,  1864;  discharged,  June  5,   1864;  com- 
missioned  Second   Lieutenant,    August  22, 

1863,  with  rank  from   May  29,   1863,  vice 
W.  H.  Root,  promoted;   First  Lieutenant, 
December   7,    1863,   with   rank   from    Oc- 
tober 9,  1863,  vice  A,  Tuller,  promoted. 

FOWLER,  JOHN  P.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
at  Auburn  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
March  3,  1864;  discharged,  March  26, 

1864,  to  date  March  3,  1864;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,   February  29,   1864,  with 


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promoted. 

FRENSEL,  PHILLIP;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  March  24, 
1865,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  . 

FULLER,  TRUMAN  K.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Port  Byron 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  November  26,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  9,  1863;  commissioned 
Captain,  November  30,  1861,  with  rank 
from,  September  16,  1861,  original. 

GOODRICH,  LUTHER,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled September  17,  1861,  at  Auburn  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  November  26,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  5,  1864,  for  promotion 
to  Colonel,  U.  S.  Colored  Troops;  com- 
missioned Captain,  November  30,  1861, 
with  rank  from/  September  17,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

GOSS,  SIMON  S,,  age  39  years;  enrolled 
November  6,  1862,  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  No- 
vember 7,  1862;  discharged,  March  4, 
1863;  commissioned  Chaplain,  November 
7,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  5,  1862, 
vice  Thomas  B.  Hudson,  resigned. 

HAMILTON,  WILLIAM  D.,  age  28  years ; 
enrolled  September  20,  1861,  at  Onondaga 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  G,  November  26, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  November  29, 
1861 ;  discharged,  June  16,  1862 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  November  30, 
1861,  with  rank  from  November  u,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  March  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  November  29,  1861, 
vice  Lewis  E.  Carpenter,  appointed  Quar- 
termaster. 

HANES,  ERASTUS  W.,  age  18  years ;  en- 
rolled September  21,  1861,  at  Sennett  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  November  26,  1861 ;  re-en- 
listed as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  June  24,  1864;  First  Ser- 
geant, September  20,  1864;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  November  19,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  No- 
vember 26,  1864;  discharged,  June  22, 
1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  7,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  26,  1864,  vice  W.  P. 
Sabins,  resigned. 


HINMAN,  JAMES  H.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled September  17,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  November  26, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  to  date  October 
22,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  January  i,  1863 ;  dis- 
charged, July  i,  1863,  for  promotion  to 
Major,  i  nth  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  November  30,  1861,  with 
rank  from  October  22,  1861,  original ;  Cap- 
tain, December  18,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  15,  1862,  vice  C.  D.  MacDougall, 
promoted  Lieutenant-Colonel,  inth  In- 
fantry. 

HOPPING,  FRANCIS  A.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  September  17,  1861,  at  Throop  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  November  26, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  January  16, 
1863;  as  Captain,  January  3,  1864; 
captured  in  action,  September  19,  1864,  at 
Winchester,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  dis- 
charged, March  7,  1865 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  30,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  26,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  3,  1862,  vice  W.  L. 
Stanford,  promoted ;  Captain,  January  16, 

1864,  with  rank  from  November  20,  1863, 
vice  A.  Y.   Corning,   resigned;   recommis- 
sioned,    not    mustered,    Captain,    July    13, 

1865,  with  rank  from  June  i,   1865,  orig- 
inal. 

HOSMER,  WILLIAM  M.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled October  9,  1861,  at  Auburn  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  November  26,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  6,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  I, 
1863;  as  Captain,  April  24,  1864.';  as  Major, 
June  9,  1865,;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 
18,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  5, 
1862,  vice  Frank  J.  Silsby,  promoted ; 
First  Lieutenant,  August  22,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1863,  vice  Frank  J.  Sils- 
by, promoted ;  Captain,  August  24,  1864, 
with  rank  from  April  24,  1864,  vice  W. 
L.  .Stanford,  resigned;  Major,  July  31, 
1865,  with  rank  from  April  23,  1865,  orig- 
inal ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  not  mustered, 
October  31,  1865,  with  rank  from  April  24, 
1865,  vice  R.  P.  York,  promoted. 


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HOWF,  GEORGE  L.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled September  17,  1861,  at  Genoa  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Quar- 
termaster-Sergeant, November  26,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster, 
November  I,  1862;  mustered  out,  Decem- 
ber 6,  1864,  at  Auburn,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, October  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  21,  1862,  vice  Lewis  E.  Carpenter, 
promoted. 

HOXIE,  WILLIAM  S.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled September  29,  1861,  at  Summer 
Hill  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  D,  November  26,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  June  14,  1863,  at  Port 
Hudson,  La.;  promoted  Sergeant,  October 
ii,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January 
I,  1864;  promoted  Commissary-Sergeant, 
November  28,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  December  25, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
M'ay  i,  1865 ;  transferred  to  Company  F, 
June  27,  1865;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  7, 
1864,  with  rank  from  November  26,  1864, 
vice  S.  M.  Chesebro,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1865,  vice  Horace  B.  Fitch,  pro- 
moted Captain,  I39th  Infantry;  Captain, 
not  mustered,  October  31,  1865,  with  rank 
from  April  24,  1865,  vice  Charles  H.  Cox, 
promoted. 

HUDSON,  THOMAS  B.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled November  15,  1861,  at  Springport  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chap- 
lain, November  26,  1861 ;  discharged,  July 
7,  1862;  commissioned  Chaplain,  Decem- 
ber 9,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  26, 
1861,  original. 

HUTCHINSON,  LUTHER  T.,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  September  17,  1861,  at  Au- 
burn to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  D,  November  26, 
1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 17,  1862;  killed  in  action,  June  14, 
1863,  at  Port  Hudson,  La. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  n,  1862,  vice  G.  D. 
Robinson,  promoted. 

JAYNES,  WILLIAM  D.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled September  20,  1862,  at  Meridian 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  November  26,  1861;  as 


Second  Lieutenant,  July  28,  1863;  as  Cap- 
tain, May  14,  1864;  discharged,  September 
14,  1864,  to  accept  commission  as  First 
Lieutenant  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
22,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  28,  1863, 
vice  S.  M.  Chesebro,  resigned;  Captain, 
April  29,  1864,  with  rank  from  March  9, 
1864,  vice  J.  E.  Savery,  resigned. 

KALLE,  CHARLES  F.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  one 
year,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  March  i,  1865;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, April  10,  1865.;  mustered  out  with 
company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah, 
Ga. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  25,  1865,  with  rank 
from  September  20,  1865,  vice  T.  P.  Smith, 
promoted. 

L'AMOREAUX,  ALBERT  T.,  First  Lieu- 
tenant, 93d  U.  S.  Colored  Troops ;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Captain,  this 
regiment,  September  16,  1864,  with  rank 
from  July  20,  1864,  vice  B.  F.  Thurber, 
promoted;  see  3d  Infantry. 

LANSING,  EDWARD  B.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled October  9,  1861,  at  Auburn  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  November  26,  1861 ;  ap- 
pointed Adjutant,  to  date  October  9,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  April  12,  13,  1863*  at 
Bayou  Teche,  La. ;  discharged,  November 
10,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
November  30,  1861,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 9,  1861,  original;  Adjutant,  Novem- 
ber 9,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  9, 
1 86" i,  original. 

LEONARD,  CHARLES  A,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  September  17,  1861,  at  Throops- 
ville  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  E,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  no  date;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  February  25,  1864;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  April  21,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Sa- 
vannah, Ga. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  13,  1865,  with 
rank  from  June  18,  1865,  vice  V.  H.  Sweet- 
ing, discharged ;  First  Lieutenant,  not  mus- 
tered, September  25,  1865,  with  rank  from 
April  231,  1865,  vice  C.  W.  Wolcott,  pro- 
moted. 

MAcDOUGALL,  CLINTON  DUGALD, 
age  24  years ;  enrolled  September  16,  1861, 
at  Auburn  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 


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in  as  Captain,  Company  A,  October  3, 
1861 ;  discharged,  August  15,  1862,  for  pro- 
motion to  Lieutenant-Colonel,  mth  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Captain,  November 

30,  1861,   with   rank   from   September   16, 

1861,  original. 

McFARLAN,  GEORGE,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled September  17,  1861,  at  Fleming  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  November  26, 
1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1863; 
as  Captain,  July  7,  1864;  dismissed,  Au- 
gust 30,  1865;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  10,  1863,  with  rank  from 
March  2,  1863,  vice  A.  W.  Benedict,  re- 
signed; Captain,  May  18,  1864,  with  rank 
from  April  6,  1864,  vice  W.  H.  Cray,  re- 
signed. 

MERRITT,  ROBERT  B.,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled at  West  Point  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany A,  October  2,  1861 ;  promoted  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, October  21,  1861 ;  mustered 
in  as  such,  November  26,  1861 ;  promoted 
Colonel,  October  22,  1862;  discharged, 
September  20,  1864;  not  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant ;  commissioned  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, November  30,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  21,  1861,  original;  Colonel, 
October  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  21, 

1862,  vice  John  A.  Dodge,  resigned. 
MILES,  ELBRIDGE  G.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled   at    Auburn    to    serve    three    years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,   September  21,   1861 ;  as  Captain, 
September  19,  1862;  discharged,  February 
14,    1863;   commissioned    First   Lieutenant, 
November  30,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 21,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Decem- 
ber   18,    1862,   with   rank   from   September 
19,  1862,  vice  J.  Choate,  resigned. 

NILES,  GEORGE  A.,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled September  30,  1861,  at  Venice  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  November  26,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  K,  December  31, 
1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  Feb- 
ruary 25,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant, 
April  I,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October  18,  1864; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  November  19, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  August  I, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  August 

31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,    July    22,    1864,    with 


rank  from  July  4,  1864,  vice  D.  H.  Fos- 
ter, promoted;  Captain,  October  31,  1865, 
with  rank  from  August  i,  1865,  vice  L.  G. 
Draper,  mustered  out. 

OSBORNE,  GILBERT  L.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  November  14,  1861,  at  Gayland 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  I,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  December  6,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  June  14,  1863,  at  Port 
Hudson,  La. ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
January  i,  1864;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  November  19,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 25,  1864;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 7,  1864,  with  rank  from  November  26, 
1864',  vice  H.  J.  Woodworth,  resigned ; 
First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  Septem- 
ber 25,  1865,  with  rank  from  June  3,  1865, 
vice  L.  D.  Wilson,  promoted. 

PORTER,  LANSING,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled October  9,  1861,  at  Owasco  to  serve 
three  years1;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  November  26,  1861 ;  discharged, 
April  16,  1863;  commissioned  Captain,  No- 
vember 30,  1861,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 9,  1861,  original. 

POWERS,  CYRUS,  age  47  years;  enrolled 
November  6,  1861,  at  Moravia  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, November  26,  1861 ;  discharged,  Oc- 
tober 12,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Surgeon, 
i6oth  Infantry;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  November  30,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  26,  1861,  original. 

ROBINSON,  GEORGE  D.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  September  27,  1861,  at  Genoa  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  November  26, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 17,  1862;  transferred  to  1st  La. 
U.  S.  Colored  Engineers,  June  I,  1863 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 30,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  7, 

1861,  original ;    First    Lieutenant,    Decem- 
ber   18,    1862,    with    rank    from    June    IT, 

1862,  vice    A.    Y.    Corning,    promoted. 
ROE,  ROSELLE  B.,  age  19  years;  enrolled 

September  29,  1861,  at  Sempronius  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  A,  November  26,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  May  27,  1863,  at  Port 
Hudson,  La.;  promoted  Sergeant-Major, 


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September  17,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  vet- 
eran, Januairy  I,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  August  13, 
1864;  transferred  to  Company  E,  Novem- 
ber 19,  1864;  mustered  out,  December  6, 
1864,  at  Camp  Russell,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  8,  1864,  with  rank 
from  June  5,  1864,  vice  D.  H.  Foster,  re- 
signed. 

ROOT,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled September  21,  1864,  at  Metz  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  November  26,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  13,,  1863; 
captured  in  action,  September  8,  1863,  at 
Sabine  Pas£,  Tex. ;  paroled,  no  date ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
October  3,  1864;  mustered  out,  November 
25,  1864,  at  Auburn,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  n,  1863,  with 
rank  from,  January  19,  1863,  vice  A.  M. 
Seymour,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 22,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  29, 
1863,  vice  G.  D.  Robinson,  resigned. 

ROOT,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  Au- 
gust 20,  1862 ;  as  Surgeon,  December  2, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  Au- 
gust 31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  see  i6oth 
Infantry;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, August  27,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  13,  1862,  original;  Surgeon,  De- 
cember 7,  1864,  with  rank  from  December 
2,  1864,  vice  M.  D.  Benedict,  mustered 
out. 

SABINS,  WILBER  P.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Victory  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  November  26,  1861; 
returned  to  Corporal,  December  15,  1861 ; 
to  ranks,  no  date;  promoted  .Sergeant, 
July  I,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  K, 
July  8,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  June  14, 
1863,  at  Port  Hudson,  La. ;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  September  14,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  January  I, 
1864;  to  Company  D,  April  8,  1864;  dis- 
charged, April  30,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  22,  1863,  with 
rank  from  July  29,  1863,  original. 

SAVERY,  JOHN  E.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled September  20,  1861,  at  Cato  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  November  26,  1861 ; 


wounded  in  action1,  June  14,  1863,  at  Port 
Hudson,,  La. ;  discharged,  March  9,  1864 ; 
commissioned  Captairf,  November  30,  1861, 
with  rank  from  September  20,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

SAYRE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled October  9,  1861,  at  Marcellus  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  De- 
cember 18,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  July  3,  1863;  as 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  January 
3,  1864;  mustered  out,  December  6,  1864, 
at  Auburn,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  10,  1863,  with  rank  from 
•March  25,  1863,  vice  H.  B.  Fitch,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
January  16,  1864,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 10,  1863,  vice  E.  B.  Lansing,  dis- 
charged. 

SCHERMERHORN,  DARWIN,  age  21 
years*;  enrolled  October  4,  1861,  at  Wol- 
cott  to  serve  three  years-;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  C,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Corporal,  January  31,  1863;  Ser- 
geant, no  date ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
January  i,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  Sep- 
tember 19,  1864,  at  Winchester,  Va. ;  re- 
turned to  ranks-  and  promoted  Corporal, 
no  dates;  Sergeant,  April  I,  1865;  First 
Sergeant,  April  29,  1865;  returned  to 
ranks,  July  27,  1865;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, August  21,  1865;  mustered  out 
with1  company,  August  3,1,  1865,  at  Savan- 
nah, Ga. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  25,  1865, 
with  rank  from.  August  I,  1865,  vice  J. 
Donnell,  promoted. 

SEYMOUR,  AREA  M.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Victory  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  November  26,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  February  28,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  June  25, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
January  19,  1863;  as  Captain,  November 
29,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  A,  No- 
vember 19,  1864;  mustered  out,  December 
6,  1864,  at  Camp  Russell,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  17,  1862,  vice  Anson 
Tuller,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary II,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
19,  1863,  vice  J.  E.  Whiteside,  killed  in 


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action ;  Captain,  January  8,  1864,  with  rank 
from  August  9,  1863,  vice  G.  B.  Curtis, 
discharged. 

SILSBY,  FRANK  J.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled August  2,  1861,  at  Seneca  Falls  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  K,  soth  Engineers,  Au- 
gust 31,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  this  regiment,  December  5,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  September  6,  1862;  as 
Captain,  May  I,  1863;  mustered  out,  De- 
cember 6,  1864;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  5,  1861,  vice  Horace  Silsby, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  December  18, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  5,   1862, 
vice    Horace     Silsby,     resigned;     Captain, 
August  22,   1863,  with  rank  irom  May   I, 

1863,  vice  L.  Porter,  discharged. 
SILSBY,  HORACE,  age  21  years;  enrolled 

May  9,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years , 
mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  I, 
iQth  Infantry  (subsequently  3d  Artillery), 
May  22,  1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  this  regiment,  November 
19,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten^ 
ant,  December  5,  1861 ;  discharged,  Sep- 
tember 5,  1862 ;  subsequent  service  in  i6oth 
Infantry;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
December  18,  1862,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 5,  1861,  vice  E.  B.  Lansing,  ap- 
pointed Adjutant. 

SMITH,  THOMAS  P.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  New  Hope 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Corporal,  no  date;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  January  I,  1864;  promoted 
Sergeant,  April  18,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  April  20, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  August 
3*,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lkutenant,  December  19,  1864, 
with  rank  from  December  7,  1864,  vice 
J.  N.  Chamberlain,  declined ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, not  mustered,  September  25,  1865, 
with  rank  from  September  20,  1865,  vice 
S.  M.  Chesebro,  promoted. 

STANFORD,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  September  17,  1861,  at  Auburn 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  November  26, 
1861 ;  as  Captain,  Company  K,  September  3, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  F,  April  16, 


1864;  discharged,  April  24,  1864;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  30, 
1861,  witK  rank  from  September  17,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  December  18,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  3,  1862,  vice  W.  H. 
Stevenson,  resigned. 

STARK,  ISAAC,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
September  23,  1861,  at  Waterloo  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  November  26,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  March  3,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  February 
18,  1863;  as  First  Lieutenant,  November 

29,  1863;  mustered  out,  December  6,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  June  10, 

1863,  with  rank  from  February   14,   1863, 
vice  G.   B.   Curtis,  promoted;   First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  8,    1864,  with   rank  from 
August  9,  18631,  vice  A.  M.  Seymour,  pro- 
moted. 

STEVENSON,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  31 
years ;  enrolled  September  16,  1861,  at  Au- 
burn to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  November 
26,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  Company  K,  April 
25,  1862;  discharged,  September  3,  1862; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  November 

30,  1861,   with   rank   from    September   16, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  April  25,  1862,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  original. 

SWEETING,  VOLNEY  H.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  September  24,  1861,  at  South 
Butler  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  E,  November  26, 
1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date;  re-en- 
listed as  a  veteran,  March  10,  1864;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  April  10,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  April  13,  1865;  discharged,  June 
18,  1865;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  20,  1864,  with  rank  from 
November  27,  1864,  vice  G.  McFarlan, 
promoted. 

TEED,  SANFORD  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled September  18,  1861,  at  Trumans- 
burg  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  December  17, 
1861 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  February 
29,  1864;  captured  in  action,  October  19, 

1864,  at  Cedar  Creek,  Va. ;  transferred  to 
Company  E,  November  19,  1864;  paroled, 
no  date;   discharged,   November  30,   1864, 
at  Camp  Russell,  Va. ;  enrolled  and  mus- 
tered in  as   Second  Lieutenant,   Company 


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E,  June  27,  1865;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May  31, 
1865,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1865,  vice 
W.  S.  Hoxie,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
not  mustered,  October  31,  1865,  with  rank 
from  April  24,  1865,  vice  W.  S.  Hoxie, 
promoted. 

THURBER,  BENJAMIN  F.,  age  21  years ; 
enrolled  September  16,  1861,  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  at  Auburn  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, November  26,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  16,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, June  14,  1863,  at  Port  Hudson,  La. ; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  August  24,  1863 ; 
as  Major,  August  20,  1864;  mustered  out, 
December  6,  1864,  at  Auburn,  N.  Y. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
30,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  26, 
1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  December 
18,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  15,  1862, 
vice  J.  H.  Hinman,  promoted;  Captain, 
August  22,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  10, 
1863,  vice  J.  Clark,  resigned;  Major,  July 
30,  1864,  with  rank  from  July  20,  1864,  vice 
L.  E.  Carpenter,  resigned. 

TILLOTSON,  MONTGOMERY;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  19,  1864,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 7,  1864,  vice  L.  G.  Draper,  pro- 
moted. 

TREADWAY,  FREDERICK  S.,  age  30 
years;  enrolled  at  New  Orleans,  La.,  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  October  i,  1863;  mus- 
tered out,  December  6,  1864,  at  Auburn, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
September  5,  1863,  with  rank  from  August 
25,  1863,  vice  W.  Blaisdell,  resigned. 

TULLER,  ANSON,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
September  16,  1861,  at  Port  Byron  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  November  26, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  June  25,  1862;  as 
Captain,  December  31,  1863;  mustered  out, 
December  6,  1864;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  30,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  25,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  17,  1862,  vice  W.  H.  Stevenson,  pro- 
moted; Captain,  December  7,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  9,  1863,  vice  T.  K. 
Fuller,  resigned. 


VON  ALVENSLEVEN,  MAX;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Captain,  March  24, 
1865,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  . 

VON  HAICK,  WILLIAM;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
24,  1865,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 


WARDEN,  JAMES  K.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled September  17,  1861,  at  Auburn  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  November  26,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  August  16,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  April  12-13,  I863,  at 
Bayou  Teche,  La. ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  August  24,  1863;  discharged, 
August  25,  1864,  for  appointment  in  Vet- 
eran Reserve  Corps ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  15,  1862,  vice  B.  F.  Thur- 
ber,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  August 
22,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  10,  1863, 
vice  B.  F.  Thurber,  promoted. 

WEHRHAN,  ROBERT,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  i,  1865,  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  April  7,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah, 
Ga. ;  commissioned  Captain,  April  i,  1865, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Max  Von 
Alvensleven,  not  mustered. 

WERTH,  JOHN  E.,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
at  New  Orleans,  La.,  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  June  29, 
1863;  mustered  out,  December  6,  1864; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  June  10,  1863,  with 
rank  from  June  6,  1863,  vice  S.  S.  Goss, 
resigned 

WHITESIDE,  JAMES  E.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  21,  1861,  at  Auburn 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  H,  November 

18,  1861;   as   First  Lieutenant,   September 

19,  1862;  killed  in  action,  January  14,  1863, 
at  Bayou  Teche,  La. ;   commissioned   Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  30,   1861,  with 
rank  from  October  8,  1861,  original ;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  19,  1862,  vice  E.  G.  Miles, 
promoted. 

WILSON,  LESTER  D.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled September  18,  1861,  at  Covert  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  November  26,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  no  date;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 


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geant,  no  date;  Sergeant-Major,  October 
9,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  January  2,  1865 ;  as  Captain, 
August  21,  1865;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  31,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 19,  1864,  with  rank  from  December  7, 
1864,  vice  J.  Baxter,  promoted;  Captain, 
July  13,  1865,  with  rank  from  June  3,  1865, 
vice  J.  Baxter,  resigned. 
WOLCOTT,  CHARLES  W.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  at  Morganzia,  La.,  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  April  i,  1864;  transferred  to 
Company  D,  November  19,  1864;  mustered 
out  with  company,  August  31,  1865,  at 
Savannah,  Ga. ;  prior  service  in  Chicago 
Mercantile  Battery;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  April  7,  1864,  with  rank  from 
March  i,  1864,  vice  C.  H.  Cox,  promoted; 
Captain,  not  mustered,  September  25,  1865, 
with  rank  from  April  23,  1865,  vice  W. 
M.  Hosmer,  promoted. 


WOODWORTH,  HORACE  J.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  September  18,  1861,  at 
Kingston  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Sergeant,  Company  F,  November 
26,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  September 
14,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  E,  no 
date;  retransferred  to  Company  F,  Janu- 
ary 3,  1864;  discharged,  June  3,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
22,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  27,  1863, 
vice  C.  W.  Crocker,  promoted. 

YORK,  ROBERT  P.,  Captain,  ii4th  Infan- 
try; mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
this  regiment,  December  16,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  August  31,  1865, 
at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  commissioned  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, December  19,  1864,  with  rank 
from  December  16,  1864,  vice  W.  Babcock, 
died  of  wounds  received  in  action;  Col- 
onel, not  mustered,  October  31,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  I,  1865,  vice  R.  B. 
Merritt,  resigned. 


SEVENTY-SIXTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Cortland  Regiment;  Cherry  Valley  Regiment;   Otsego  County   Regiment; 

Cromwellian  Regiment. 

Colonel  Nelson  W.  Green  of  Cortland  received  authority  to  recruit  a  regiment  of 
infantry  in  Cortland  county,  and  commenced  recruiting  September  2,  1861,  receiving  some 
men  from  the  counties  of  Allegany  and  Yates.  About  the  same  time  Gen.  George  E. 
Danforth  received  authority  to  recruit  a  regiment  in  the  counties  of  Otsego  and  Scho- 
harie,  with  headquarters  at  Cherry  Valley,  to  which  regiment  the  39th  Militia  furnished 
a  large  number  of  men.  These  regiments  were  moved  to  Albany,  and  being  below  the 
minimum  number,  consolidated  into  one,  the  76th  Regiment,  with  N.  W.  Green  as  Colonel, 
January  14,  1862.  Companies  A,  B,  C,  D,  E,  F  and  G  were  formed  of  eight  companies 
of  the  Cortland  Regiment,  and  H,  I  and  K  of  four  companies  of  the  Cherry  Valley  Regi- 
ment. One  company,  I,  of  the  CortJand  Regiment,  and  the  companies  of  Capts.  Nicholas 
Hanson  and  Nelson  S.  Bowdish,  of  the  Cherry  Valley  Regiment,  were  organized  as  a 
battery  and  assigned  as  Battery  M  to  the  3d  Artillery;  Captain  McNett's  company  of  the 
Cortland  Regiment  was  transferred  to  the  93d  Infantry,  December  28,  1861.  The  newly 
formed  regiment  contained  also  men  from  the  counties  of  Chenango,  Madison,  Tioga  and 
Tompkins,  and  was  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years  January 
16,  1862.  In  May,  1863,  it  received  the  three  years'  men  of  the  24th  and  3Oth  Regiments 
of  Infantry. 

The  regimeat  left  the  State  January  17,  1862 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C., 
in  3d  Brigade,  Casey's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  January,  1862;  in  the  Military 
district  of  Washington  from  March,  1862;  in  Doubleday's  Brigade,  Department  Rappa- 
hannock,  from  May  21,  1862;  in  the  2d  Brigade,  1st  Division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia, 
from  June  26,  1862;  in  the  2d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac, 
from  September  12,  1862;  in  the  ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the 
'Potomac,  from  January  4,  1864;  in  the  2d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the 
Potomac,  from  March  6,  1864;  in  the  2d  Brigade,  4th  Division,  5th  Corps,  Army  of  the 
Potomac,  from  March  25,  1864;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  sth  Corps,  from  August, 


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1864;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  3d  Division,  5th  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  September 
1864.  Companies  B,  F  and  K  were  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  July  i,  1864; 
Company  A  October  n;  G  October  20;  C  November  8;  E  November  18;  I  December  i, 
1864;  H  January  i,  1865;  detachments  of  these  companies  and  Company  D  remaining  in 
the  field  were,  under  Capt.  Albert  J.  Jarvis,  transferred  to  the  I47th  N.  Y.  Volunteers 
January  28  and  31,  1865. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  7  officers,  in  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  5  officers,  52  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
i  officer,  165  enlisted  men ;  total,  13  officers,  328  enlisted  men ;  aggregate,  341 ;  of  whom  56 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy ;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

•     Va 

1863. 
May            S 
June          13 

i 

Aug.  1  6- 
Sept.  a 
Aug.          a  i 

66 

35 

i47 

20 
4 

26 
•1 

39 
3° 
Sept.         14 

i 

18 
j 

12 

1 

i 

15 

Bull  Run                       .        

3 

i? 
Nov.            i 

3 

X 

2 

3 
Dec.    11—15 

i 

i 

12 

16 

r 
a 
334 

Pollock's  Mill  Creek,  Va  

1863. 
April  29- 
May  2 
May       2-3 
July        1-3 
Nov.  26- 
Dec.  2 
1864. 
Feb.        6-7 
May       s-7 

8-21 

8 
10 

12 
22-26 
37-31 

June     i—  12 

i 

Gettysburg   Pa          

2 

3° 

3 

13 

13 

103 

70 

2 

31 

i 

8 

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59 
35 
9 

ii 

169 
3 

3 

i 

383 

52 

12 

13 

I 

38 

36 

IO 

27 

27 

2 

4 

i 
i 

Laurel  Hill                  

The  Salient           

4 

North  Anna,  Va  

Totopotomoy,  Va  
Cold  Harbor   Va      

/ 

2 

5 

White  Oak  Swamp   Va  

13 
June  1  6— 
Jan.  28, 
1865.' 
June  16—19 

20 

Assault  of  Petersburg,  Va  

5 

4 

I 

3 

i 

24 
6 

Weldon  Railroad,  Va  

Aug.   1  8-2  1 

I 

i 

Sept.  30- 
Oct.  i 
Oct.    27-28 
Dec.      6—  ir 

a 

24 

24 

i 

i 

i 

Hicksford  Raid    Va                          

On  detached  service  on  gunboats  Queen  of  the 
West  and  Mound  City  

2 

a 
9i5 

Total  loss                           

7 

III 

5 

52 

39 

360 

ii 

330 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGfMENT. 


Colonels. 

NELSON  W.  GREEN,  from  November  20, 
1861,  to  June  3,  1862. 

WILLIAM  P.  WAINWRIGHT,  from  June 
3,  1862,  to  June  25,  1864. 

CHARLES  E.  LIVINGSTON,  from  Sep- 
tember 30,  1863,  to  December  i,  1864. 


Lieutenant-Colonels. 

JOHN  D.  SHAUL,  from  January  23  to 
November  20,  1862. 

CHARLES  E.  LIVINGSTON,  from  No- 
vember 20,  1862,  to  September  30,  1863. 

JOHN  ELIHU  COOK,  from  September  30, 
1863,  to  October  15,  1864. 


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Majors. 

CHARLES  E.  LIVINGSTON,  from  Jan- 
uary 7  to  November  20,  1862. 

ANDREW  JACKSON  GROVER,  from 
March  10  to  July  i,  1863. 

JOHN  ELIHU  COOK,  from  July  i  to  Sep- 
tember 30,  1863. 

JOHN  W.  YOUNG,  from  September  30, 
1863,  to  March  12,  1865. 

Adjutants. 

HEMAN  F.  ROBINSON,  from  October  4, 

1861,  to  January  2,  18631. 
HIRAM  A.   BLODGETT,   from  January  3 

to  February  27,  1863. 
HUBERT    CARPENTER,    from   June    23, 

1863,  to  May  8,  1864. 

Quartermasters. 
ABRAlM    P.    SMITH,    from    October     15, 

1861,  to  May  12,  1862. 

WILLIAM    H.    CHASE,    from   June    5   to 

July  29,   1862. 
CHARLES  A.  WATKINS,    from   July  29, 

1862,  to  February  22,  1863. 

UBERTO  ADELBERT  BURNHAM,  from 
May  19,  1863,  to  December  n,  1864. 

Surgeons. 
GEORGE  W.  METCALFE,   from  October 

n,  1861,  to  January  12,  1862. 
JUDSON  C.  NELSON,  from  November  n, 

1861,  to  July  10,  1862, 

GEORGE  W.  METCALFE,   from  July  30, 

1862,  to  November  9,  1864. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 

GEORGE  W.  METCALFE,  from  January 
13  to  July  30,  1862. 

NELSON  ROUNDS  BARNES,  from  Au- 
gust 31,  1862,  to  November  7,  1864. 

WILLIAM  H.  LAKEMAN,  from  Septem- 
ber i  to  December  13,  1862. 

CHARLES  M.  FRISBEE,  from  December 
31,  1862,  to  March  19,  1863. 

CHARLES  A.  HAMILTON,   from  May  7, 

1863,  to  January  28,  1865. 

Chaplain. 

HIRAM  S.  RICHARDSON,  from  Novem- 
ber n,  1861,  to  February  24,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
ANDREW     JACKSON    GROVER,     from 

October  8,  1861,  to  December  20,  1862. 
HERSCHEL    W.    PIERCE,    from    Decem- 
ber 20,  1862,  to  October  10,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  HENRY  GEORGE,  from  Jan- 
uary 16  to  March  18,  1862. 

HERSCHEL  W.  PIERCE,  from  March  11 
to  December  20,  1862. 

NORMAN  G.  HARMON,  from  December 
20,  1862,  to  October  23,  1863. 

JOHN  M.  WATERMAN,  from  November 
17,  1863,  to  October  10,  1864. 

JOHN  ATKINS,  from  November  12,  1864, 
to  . 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HERSCHEL  W.  PIERCE,  from  January 
16  to  March  n,  1862. 

SAMUEL  M.  BYRAM,  from  March  16  to 
September  i,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  RIPLEY,  from  December 
29,  1862,  to  May  6,  1863. 

GEORGE  W.  FELT,  from  May  13  to  June 
28,  1863. 

HOMER  D.  CALL,  from  August  15  to  No- 
vember 9,  1863. 

WILLIAM  STRINGHAM,  from  March  16 
to  May  5,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
OSCAR  C.  FOX,  from  October  8,  1861,  to 

December   24,    1862. 
ROBERT     STORY,     from    December    24, 

1862,  to   August  6,    1863. 

NORMAN  G.  HARMON,  from  October  23 

to  November  28,  1863. 
JAMES   D.    CLYDE,    from    November   29, 

1863,  to  March  12,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CHAUNCEY  DUTTON  CRANDALL, 
from  October  4,  1861,  to  December  13, 
1862. 

BURLINGTON  BUTTON,  from  December 
13,  1862,  to  November  9,  1863. 

WILLIAM  CAHILL,  from  November  10, 
'1863,  to  December  31,  1864. 


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JACOB    J.    REESE,    from    September    30, 

1864,  to  January  28,  1865. 
JOHN  ATKINS,  from  ,  to  February 

I,    1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM    STUART    WALCOTT,    from 

November   12,    1861,  to  October  29,   1862. 
A.   LYMAN   CARTER,   from  February  18 

to  November  9,  1863. 
JAMES  L.   CASLER,   from  November   16, 

1863,  to  March  12,  1865. 
MARTIN   EDGCOMB,   from  July    8,  1864, 

to  January  28,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

OILMAN  D.  CRITTENDEN,  from  Octo- 
ber 16,  1861,  to  February  22,  1863. 

CHARLES  A.  WATKINS,  from  February 
22,  1863,  to  November  8,  1864. 

ALBERT  J.  JARVIS,  from  January  2  to 
28,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ELI  AS  R.  WEAVER,  from  November  25, 
1861,  to  September  20,  1862. 

JAMES  CHURCH  HATCH,  from  Novem- 
ber 29,  1862,  to  February  13,  1864. 

THOMAS  F.  WELDEN,  from  November 
9,  1863,  to  August  21,  1864, 

THERON  C.  GUERNSEY,  from  August 
22,  1864,  to  May  18,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

MOSES  PARKER  MARSH,  from  October 
5,  1861,  to  September  26,  1862. 

JAMES  CHURCH  HATCH,  from  Sep- 
tember 26  to  November  29,  1862. 

LUCIUS  DAVIS,  from,  November  n,  1862, 
to  May  19,  1863. 

BARNARD  PHENIS,  from  August  15, 
1863,  to  March  11,  1864. 

MOSES  MERRILL  WHITNEY,  from  No- 
vember 10,  1863,  to  November  8,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

CHARLES  LEACH  WATROUS,  from 
October  8,  1861,  to  December  19,  1862. 

SAMUEL  M.  BYRAM,  from  February  20, 
1863,  to  November  29,  1864. 

EDWARD  B.  COCHRANE,  from  Decem- 
ber 31,  1864,  to  January  28,  1865. 


First  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD  D.  VAN  SLYCK,  from  No- 
vember 12,  1861,  to  October  7,  1862. 

UBERTO  ADELBERT  BURNHAM, 
from  October  7,  1862,  to  May  19,  1863. 

LUCIUS  DAVIS,  from  May  19  to  Novem- 
ber 9,  1863. 

BARNARD  PHENIS,  from  March  1 1  to 
August  18,  1864. 

GEORGE  W.  STEELE,  from  August  19, 
1864,  to  January  28,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  INGRAHAM  FOSTER,  from 
October  8,  1861,  to  November  n,  1862. 

WILLIAM  BUCHANAN,  from  May  24  to 
August  2,  1863. 

MICHAEL  LONG,  from  ,  to  No- 
vember 9,  1863. 

CARLOS  BALDWIN,  from  January  20  to 
October  26,  1864. 

MOSES  MERRILL  WHITNEY,  from 
November  8  to  December  5,  1864, 

GEORGE  B.  HILL,  from  December  5, 
1864,  to  January  28,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 

WILLIAM  H.  POWELL,  from  October  9, 
1861,  to  March  13,  1863. 

ROBERT  B.  EVERETT,  from  May  25  to 
July  i,  1863, 

NORMAN  G.  BARTHOLOMEW,  from 
July  2,  1863,  to  May  5,  1864. 

IRA  C.  POTTER,  from  May  6  to  Novem- 
ber 18,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  H.  BALLARD,  from  November  22, 

1861,  to  July  25,  1862. 

RICHARD  WILLIAMS,   from  July  26  to 

August  29,  1862. 
SAMUEL  M.  BYRAM,  from  September  i, 

1862,  to  February  20,  1863. 

HUBERT  CARPENTER,  from  February 
20  to  June  23,  1863. 

PHILIP  KEELER,  from  June  23  to  Au- 
gust 2,  1863,. 

JAMES  D.  CLYDE,  from  November  II  to 
November  29,  1863. 

IRA  C.  POTTER,  from  November  29,  1863, 
to  May  6,  1864. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 
SANFORD  M.  POWELL,   from  December 

12,   1861.  to  February   n,  1863. 
WILLIAM  H.  TARBELL,  from  February 

12,  1863,  to  September  5,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
JOHN   H.    BARNARD,   from   October    12, 

1861,  to  September  16,   1862. 

JAMES  L.  GODDARD,  from  September  17, 

1862,  to  August  18,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ELIAS  A.  MEAD,   from  October  9,   1861, 

to  December  18,  1862. 
JOHN  FISHER,  from  June  i  to  October  29, 

1863. 
WILLIAM  BUCHANAN,  from  August  2, 

1863,  to  April  21,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  W.   GREEN,  from  October  26, 

1861,  to  August  31,  1862. 
HUBERT  CARPENTER,  from  November 

25,  1862,  to  February  20,  1863. 
ROBERT   G.    NOXON,    from    May    25   to 

September  I,  1863. 
WILLIAM    H.    MYERS,    from    March    16, 

1864,  to  January  31,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM  LANSING,    from   October    10, 

1861,  to  February  22,  1862. 
AARON  SAGER,  from  February  23,   1862, 

to  March  12,  1863. 
PETER   S.    CLARK,   from   October   23   to 

November  9,  1863. 
JAMES  CHURCH  HATCH,  from  February 

13  to  October  20,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

AARON  SAGER,  from  October  10,  1861,  to 
February  23,  1862. 

JAMES  L.  GODDARD,  from  February  23 
to  September  17,  1862. 

JOHN  FISHER,  from  September  26,  1862, 
to  June  i,  18631. 

PETER  S,  CLARK,  from  March  31  to  Oc- 
tober 23,  1863. 

PHILIP  KEELER,  from  May  25  to  June 
23,  1863. 


SILAS  SMITH,  from  October  23,  1863,  to 
July  8,  1864, 

EARL  EVENS,  from  October  n  to  De- 
cember 15,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  L.   GODDARD,  from   October   17, 

1861,  to  February  23,  1862. 

THOMAS    SIMMS,    from   February  23   to 

December  26,  1862. 
SAMUEL  E.  SAUNDERS,  from  December 

26,  1862,  to  November  9,  1863. 
JOHN  W.  COONS,  from  December  3,  1863, 

to  August  10,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captain: 

AMOS  L.  SWAN,  from  October  22,  1861, 
to  April  28,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

MARTIN  B.  CLEVELAND,  from  January 

I  to  February  i,  1862. 
ROBERT    STORY,    from    February   22    to 

December  24,  1862. 
EDWIN    J.    SWAN,    from    December    24, 

1862,  to  September  30,  1863. 
FRANCIS   M.   WOODRUFF,   from  March 

2,  1864,  to  April  12,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  STORY,  from  October  14,  1861, 
to  February  22,  1862. 

RUSSELL  W.  CARRIER,  from  February  2 
to  December  2,  1862. 

EDWARD  B.  COCHRANE,  from  Febru- 
ary 6  to  August  14,  1863. 

WILLIAM  CAHILL,  from  September  i  to 
November  10,  1863. 

EARL  EVENS,  from  March  11  to  October 
II,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 

Captain: 

JOHN  ELIHU  COOK,  from  October  14, 
1861,  to  July  i,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HIRAM  A.  BLODGETT,  from  October  14, 

1861,  to  January  3,  1863. 
CHARLES  A.  W  ATKINS,  from  March   i 

to  June  23,  1863. 
EDWARD  B.   COCHRANE,   from  August 

14,  1863,  to  October  13,  1864. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 

RICHARD  WILLIAMS,  from  November 
12,  1861,  to  July  26,  1862. 

JOHN  FISHER,  from  July  26  to  Septem- 
ber 26,  1863. 

PETER    S.    CLARK,    from    December    16, 

1862,  to  March  31,  1863. 

IRA  C  POTTER,  from  March  31  to  No- 
vember 29,  1863. 
LAVOISURE  STEBBINS,  from  November 

29,  1863,  to  December  i,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
JOHN  W.  YOUNG,  from  October  14,  1861, 

to  September  30,  18631 
EDWIN   J.    SWAN,    from    September   30, 

1863,  to  April  21,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  A.  WATKINS,  from  November 

30,  1861,  to  July  29,  1862. 
WILLIAM   H.    CHASE,    from   July   29  to 

December  26,  1862. 
NORMAN    G.     BARTHOLOMEW,    from 

December  26,  1862,  to  July  2,  1863. 
HOMER  D.  CALL,  from  November  9,  1863, 

to  February  4,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHAUNCEY  M.  GAYLORD,  from  Novem- 
ber 30,  1861,  to  September  9,  1862. 

NORMAN  G.  BARTHOLOMEW,  from 
September  9  to  December  26,  1862. 

MICHAEL  LONG,  from  May  25  to  , 

1863. 

THOMAS  F.  WELDEN,  from  September 
I  to  November  9,  1863. 

JOB  NORWOOD,  from  November  9,  1863, 
to  March  12,  1865. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

GROVER,  ANDREW  JACKSON,  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel. 

WATKINS,  CHARLES  A.,  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

McCLURE,  GEORGE  G.,  as  Adjutant. 

CARMICHAEL,  JAMES  C,  as  Captain. 

EVENS,  EARL,  as  Captain. 

STEBBINS,  LAVOISURE,  as  Captain. 

WATERMAN,  JOHN  M,  as  Captain. 
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BECKER,  WILLIAM  C,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

CLIFF,  HENRY,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

EDGCOMB,  MARTIN,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

FOSTER,  GEORGE  INGRAHAM,  as 
First  Lieutenant. 

DAVIDSON,  ROBERT  G.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

HILL,  GEORGE  B.,  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
(ist.) 

JARVIS,  ALBERT  J.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

PUTNAM,  CHARLES  S.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

RIPLEY,  WILLIAM  H.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. (2d.) 

CHERRY  VALLEY  REGIMENT. 

Officers    who    were    not    Transferred    to    the 
Seventy-sixth  Regiment. 

Colonel. 

GEORGE  E.  DANFORTH,  from  Septem- 
ber, 1861,  to  January  14,  1862. 

Quartermaster. 

ANDREW  R.  SMITH,  from  October  15, 
1861,  to  January  14,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

JEROME  GETTER,  from  January  7  to 
January  14,  1862. 

CORTLAND  COUNTY  REGIMENT. 

Officers    who    were    not    Transferred    to    the 
Seventy-sixth  Regiment. 

First  Lieutenant: 

EDWIN  J.  COX,  from  October  4  to  De- 
cember 9,  1861. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

NEWTON  D.  HOTCHKISS,  from  Decem- 
ber 2,  1861,  to  January  14,  1862. 

BYRON  MUDGE,  from  December  14,  1861, 
to  January  14,  1862. 

BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS, GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
OF  THE  STATE  TO  AN  ENLISTED  MAN  AS 
FOLLOWS  : 

MILLER,  WILLIAM,  Sergeant  Company 
G,  Second  Lieutenant. 


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Record  of  the  Officers. 

ATKINS,  JOHN,  age  21  years ;  enrolled  at 
Buffalo  to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  B,  August  9,  1863 ; 
promoted  Corporal,  October  8,  1863;  Ser- 
geant, January  20,  1864;  captured  in  ac- 
tion, May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ; 
paroled,  no  date;  transferred  to  Company 

C,  October  25,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,    Company    A,    November     12, 
1864;  transferred  to  Company  B,  no  date; 
discharged,    February    I,     1865 ;    commis- 
sioned    First    Lieutenant,    November    30, 
1864,  with  rank  from  November  12,  1864, 
vice  T.  C.  Guernsey,  captured  in  action. 

BALDWIN,  CARLOS,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Peruville  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  C,  October  5^  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  May  I,  1863;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 

D,  January  20,   1864;  wounded  in   action, 
June  3,   1864,   at   Bethesda   Church,   Va. ; 
discharged    for    disability    from    wounds, 
October   26,    1864;    commissioned    Second 
Lieutenant,   January   y>,    1864,   with    rank 
from  January  20,  1864,  vice  W.  Buchanan, 
promoted. 

BALLARD,  JOHN  H.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled at  Cortland  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  November  22,  1861 ;  discharged, 
July  25,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  iS7th 
Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
13,  1862,  original. 

BARNARD,  JOHN  H.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Preble  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  October  12,  1861 ;  discharged, 
September  16,  1862;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
9,  1861,  original. 

BARNES,  NELSON  ROUNDS,  age  27 
years;  enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  August  31,  1862;  dis- 
charged, November  7,  1864,  for  promotion 
to  Surgeon,  l84th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  August  18,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  15,  1862,  original. 

BARTHOLOMEW,  NORMAN  G.,  age  24 
years ;  enrolled  at  Etna  to  serve  three 


years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  November  8,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  September  2,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  September  9,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  26,  1862;  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  July  2,  1863;  killed  in  action, 
May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va.;  con> 
missioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October  14, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  9,   1862, 
vice    C.    M.    Gaylord,    discharged;    First 
Lieutenant,   February  6,    1863,   with    rank 
from    December    26,     1862,    vice    W.    H. 
Chase,    discharged;    Captain,    October    17, 

1863,  with   rank  from  July   i,    1863,   vice 
R.  B.  Everett,  killed  in  action. 

BECKER,  WILLIAM  C.,  Private,  94th  In- 
fantry; commissioned,  not  mustered,  First 
Lieutenant,  this  regiment,  January  16,  1864, 
with  rank  from  January  15,  1864,  vice 
John  Fisher,  discharged. 

BLODGETT,  HIRAM  A.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled October  I,  1861,  at  Middleburg  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  October  14,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  January 
3,  1863;  discharged  for  disability,  Febru- 
ary 27,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 14,  1861,  original;  Adjutant,  Febru- 
ary 6,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  2, 
1863,  vice  G.  G.  McClure,  declined. 

BUCHANAN,  WILLIAM,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 3Oth  Infantry;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany D,  this  regiment,  May  24,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  August  2,  1863 ;  captured 
in  action,  May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness, 
Va. ;  escaped,  no  date ;  discharged,  April 
21,  1865 ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  22,  1864,  with  rank  from  August 
2,  1863,  vice  P.  Keeler,  died,  of  wounds 
received  in  action. 

BURNHAM,  UBERTO  ADELBERT,  age 
213  years;  enrolled  October  4,  1861,  at 
Cortland  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  D,  October 
5,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  October  7, 
1862;  as  Quartermaster,  May  19,  1863; 
discharged,  December  u,  1864,  near 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  6,  1863,  with  rank  from 
October  7,  1862,  vice  E.  D.  Van  Slyck, 
discharged;  Quartermaster,  June  i,  1863, 


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with  rank  from  May  19,  1863,  vice  W.  H. 
Chase,  transferred. 

BUTTON,  BURLINGTON,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  September  20,  1861,  at  Pitcher  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  October  4,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  December  13,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  November  9,  1863;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  6,  1863,  with 
rank  from  December  13,  1862,  vice  C.  D. 
Crandall,  killed  in  action. 

BYRAM,  SAMUEL  M.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled September  19,  1861,  at  Virgil  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  October  4,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  16,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  September 
I,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  D,  February 
20,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  June  18,  1864, 
at  Petersburg,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disa- 
bility, November  29,  1864;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  April  25,  1862,  with  rank 
from  March  n,  1862,  vice  H.  W.  Pierce, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  October  14, 

1862,  with  rank  from   September   i,   1862, 
vice   R.   Williams,   killed  in   action;   Cap- 
tain, February  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 19,  1862,  vice  C.  L.  Watrous,  dis- 
charged. 

CAHILL,  WILLIAM,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled at  Cortland  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B, 
November  26,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
August  28,  1862,  at  Gainesville,  Va.;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  January  i,  1863 ;  First 
Sergeant,  March  i,  1863;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  Septem- 
ber i,  1863;  as  P"irst  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  November  10,  1863;  captured  in  action, 
May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va.;  pa- 
roled, no  date;  discharged,  to  date  Decem- 
ber 31,  1864;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  31,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  2, 

1863,  vice  E.  B.  Cochrane,  promoted ;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  17,   1864,  with   rank 
from   November  9,   1863,  vice  B.   Button, 
discharged. 

CALL,  HOMER  D.,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
October  i,  1861,  at  Cortland  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company 
G,  October  9,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 


December  13,  1862,  near  Fredericksburg, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  August  15,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  November  9, 
1663;  captured  in  action,  May  5,  1864,  at 
the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  dis- 
charged, February  4,  1865;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  31,  1863,  with  rank 
from  May  6,  18631,  vice  W.  H.  Ripley,  dis- 
charged; First  Lieutenant,  February  17, 
1864,  with  rank  from  November  9,  1863, 
vice  N.  G.  Bartholomew,  promoted. 

CARMICHAEL,  JAMES  C;  commis- 
sioned, declined,  not  mustered,  Captain, 
March  12,  1862,  with  rank  from  February 
22,  1862,  vice  William  Lansing,  resigned; 
see  I57th  Infantry. 

CARPENTER,  HUBERT,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  September  16,  1861,  at  Dryden  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  October  4,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant-Major,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  November 
25,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  December  13, 
1862,  near  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  Feb- 
ruary 20,  1863;  as  Adjutant,  June  23, 
1863;  wounded  in  action,  July  i,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  wounded  and  captured 
in  action,  May  6,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness, 
Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  May  8,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 23,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  25, 
1862,  vice  W.  W.  Green,  discharged;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  6,  1863,  with  rank 
from  December  19,  1862,  vice  S.  M. 
Byram,  promoted;  Adjutant,  June  i,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  27,  1863,  vice 
H.  A.  Blodgett,  discharged. 

CARRIER,  RUSSELL  W.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  November  23,  1861,  at  Sherburne 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  H,  January  i,  1862; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  February  2,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  29,  1862,  at 
Groveton,  Va;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  December  2,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  26, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  I,  1862, 
vice  R.  Story,  promoted. 

CARTER,  A.  LYMAN,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Pitcher  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  October  4,  1861 ;  captured  in 
action,  August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton,  Va. ; 


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paroled,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  18,  1863.;  wounded  in 
action,  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 
November  9,  1863;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  6,  1863,  with  rank 
from  October  29,  1862,  vice  W.  S.  Walcott, 
resigned. 

CASLER,  JAMES  L.,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
September  28,  1861,  at  Springfield  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  K,  October  14,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  January  6,  1863;  First  Sergeant, 
September  i,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  November  16, 
1863;  captured  in  action,  May  5,  1864,  at 
the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  dis- 
charged, March  12,  1865;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  4,  1863,  with 
rank  from  November  9,  1863,  vice  A.  L. 
Carter,  discharged. 

CHASE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  K, 
November  27,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  June  5,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  K,  as  First  Lieutenant, 
July  29,  1862;  discharged  for  disability, 
December  26,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  May  26, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  12,  1862,  vice 
A.  P.  Smith,  resigned. 

CLARK,  PETER  S.,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
October  16,  1861,  at  Middleburg  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  I,  October  28,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  May  17,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  December  16,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  July  I,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa.;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  to  date  March  31,  1863; 
as  Captain,  October  23,  1863;  discharged 
for  disability  from  wounds,  November  9, 
1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  n, 
1862,  vice  John  Fisher,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  July  31,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February  22,  1863,  vice  C  A.  Watkins, 
promoted;  Captain,  October  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  June  25,  1863,  vice  J.  E.  Cook, 
promoted. 

CLEVELAND,  MARTIN  B.,  age  28  years ; 
enrolled  November  23,  1861,  at  Sherburne 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  January  i,  1862; 


discharged,  February  I,  1862;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  January  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  January  7,  1862,  original. 

CLIFF,  HENRY,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
September  18,  1861,  at  Dryden  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  October  4,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  November  I,  1862 ; 
wounded  in  action,  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  November  25,  1863,  at  Philadel- 
phia, Pa.;  Captain,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  First 
Lieutenant,  October  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  July  3,  1863,  vice  E.  J.  Swan,  pro- 
moted. 

CLYDE,  JAMES  D.,  late  First  Lieutenant, 
I2ist  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  this  regiment,  Novem- 
ber n,  1863;  as  Captain,  Company  B,  No- 
vember 29,  1863;  captured  in  action,  May 

5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  paroled, 
no    date;    discharged,    March    12,    1865; 
commissioned    First    Lieutenant,    October 
22,  1863,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  H. 
Carpenter,    appointed    Adjutant;    Captain, 
February  17,  1864,  with  rank  from  August 

6,  1863,  vice   N.    G.   Harmon,  discharged. 
COCHRANE,  EDWARD  B.,  age  18  years; 

enrolled  September  3,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  93d  Infantry,  Novem- 
ber 9,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  this  regiment,  February  6,  1863; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  August 
14,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  May  12, 
1863,  at  Laurel  Hill,  Va. ;  discharged,  Oc- 
tober 13,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  en- 
rolled and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  December  31,  1864;  discharged, 
January  28,  1865 ;  subsequent  service  in 
ist  Artillery;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  30,  1862,  with  rank  from 
December  29,  1862,  vice  R.  W.  Carrier, 
discharged;  First  Lieutenant,  July  31, 
1863,  with  rank  from  January  21,  1863, 
vice  H.  A.  Blodgett,  appointed  Adjutant; 
Captain,  September  16,  1864,  with  rank 
from  November  9,  1863,  vice  P.  S.  Clark, 
discharged. 

COOK,  JOHN  ELIHU,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled October  i,  1861,  at  Middleburg  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 


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Company  I,  October  14,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  July  I,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
mustered  in  as  Major,  same  date;  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, September  30,  1863; 
wounded  in  actions,  May  5,  1864,  at  the 
Wilderness,  Va.,  and  October  7,  1864,  near 
Hatcher's  Run,  Va. ;  discharged,  October 
15,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  14,  1861,  original ; 
Major,  July  23,  1863,  with  rank  from  June 
25,  1863*  vice  A.  J.  Grover,  killed  in  ac- 
tion; Lieutenant-Colonel,  August  22,  1863, 
with  rank  from  July  3,  1863,  vice  A.  J. 
Grover,  not  mustered. 

COONS,  JOHN  W.,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
October  I,  1861,  at  Middleburg  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  October  14,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, May  25,  18631;  wounded  in  action, 
July  I,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  De- 
cember 3,  1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  May 
5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  discharged 
for  disability,  August  10,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  4, 
1863,  with  rank  from  November  9,  1863, 
vice  S.  E.  Saunders,  discharged. 

COX,  EDWIN  J.,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
September  15,  1861,  at  Richford  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  Cortland  Regiment,  October  9, 
1861 ;  elected  First  Lieutenant,  to  date  Oc- 
tober 4,  1861 ;  resigned,  December  9,  1861 ; 
not  commissioned. 

CRANDALL,  CHAUNCEY  DUTTON, 
age  25  years ;  enrolled  September  23, 
1861,  at  Pitcher  to  serve  three  years ; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  October  4,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
September  14,  1862,  at  South  Mountain, 
Md. ;  killed  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksiburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  4,  1861,  original. 

CRITTENDEN,  GILMAN  D.,  age  34 
years;  enrolled  September  16,  1861,  at 
Groton  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  C,  October  16,  1861 ; 
discharged,  February  22,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  5,  1861,  original. 

DANFORTH,  GEORGE  E.,  Brigadier-Gen- 
eral National  Guard,  N.  Y. ;  received  in 
September,  1861,  authority  to  recruit  a 


regiment  of  infantry  in  the  counties  of 
Otsego  and  Schoharie,  with  headquarters 
at  Cherry  Valley;  this  regiment  was  not 
completed  and  was  consolidated,  January 
14,  1862,  with  the  Cortland  County  regi- 
ment, forming  thus  this,  the  76th  regi- 
ment; ten  ccmpanies  were  recruited,  but 
all  were  below  the  requisite  number;  see 
I34th  Infantry. 

DAVIDSON,  ROBERT  G.,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at  McLean  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  October  25,  1861 ; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  2,  1864; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  November  8, 
1864;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date; 
transferred  to  I47th  Infantry,  as  Ser- 
geant-Major,  January  28,  1865;  to  9ist  In- 
fantry, June  5,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  July  3,  1865,  near  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  30,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  12,  1864,  vice  L. 
Stebbins,  promoted. 

DAVIS,  LUCIUS,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
September  16,  1861,  at  McLean  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  October  25,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  November  n,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  same  date;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  19, 
1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  I,  186  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  November  g,  1863;  Major, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  6,  1863,  with 
rank  from  November  u,  1862,  vice  J.  C. 
Hatch,  promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  July 
31,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  19,  1863, 
vice  U.  A.  Burnham,  appointed  Quarter- 
master. 

EDGCOMB,  MARTIN,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled October  i,  1861 ,  at  Cortland  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  October  4,  1861 ;  re- 
turned to  ranks,  January  9,  1863;  pro-' 
moted  Corporal,  prior  to  October,  1863 ; 
Sergeant,  November  4,  1863;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  January  5,  1864;  transferred 
to  Company  I,  October  n,  1864;  to  Com- 
pany D,  December  i,  1864;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  to 
date  July  8,  1864;  transferred  to  I47th 
Infantry,  January  28,  1865 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  3,1,  1864,  with 


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rank  from  July  8,  1864,  vice  E.  Evens, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered, 
November  30,  1864,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 9,  1864,  vice  E.  B.  Cochrane,  dis- 
charged. 

EVENS,  EARL,  age  18  years;  enrolled 
September  25,  1861,  at  Dryden  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  October  4,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, prior  to  April,  1863;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  February  18,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
M'arch  II,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  June 
i,  1864,  before  Petersburg,  Va. ;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  Octo- 
ber ii,  1864;  discharged,  December  15, 
1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  17,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  9,  1863,  vice  W. 
Cahill,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 16,  1864,  with  rank  from  July  8, 
1864,  vice  S.  Smith,  dismissed;  Captain, 
not  mustered,  November  30,  1864,  with 
rank  from  August  18,  1864,  vice  J.  L. 
Goddard,  discharged. 

EVERETT,  ROBERT  B.,  Captain,  3Oth  In- 
fantry; transferred  to  Company  E,  this 
regiment,  May  25,  1863;  killed  in  action, 
July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  commis- 
sioned in  30th  Infantry. 

FELT,  GEORGE  W.,  Second  Lieutenant, 
24th  Infantry;  transferred  to  Company 
A,  this  regiment,  to  date  May  13,  1863; 
discharged,  June  28,  1863;  commissioned 
in  24th  Infantry. 

FISHER,  JOHN,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
September  28,  1861,  at  Cortland  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  November  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant-Major,  January  15,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
I,  July  26,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  September  26,  1862;  transferred 
to  Company  F,  June  i,  1863;  wounded 
in  action,  July  I,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
discharged  for  disability,  October  29,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
28,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  25,  1862, 
vice  R.  Williams,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  6,  1863,  with  rank  from 
July  ii,  1862,  vice  J.  L.  Goddard,  pro- 
moted. 

FOSTER,  GEORGE  INGRAHAM,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  September  20,  1861,  at 
Spafford  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 


in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  Oc- 
tober 8,  1861 ;  discharged,  November  n, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
4,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  not 
mustered,  October  14,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  20,  1862,  vice  E.  R.  Weav- 
er, discharged. 

FOX,  OSCAR  C,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
September  12,  1861,  at  Pitcher  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  October  8,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  August  28,  1862,  at  Gainesville,  Va. ; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 
December  24,  1862;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
4,  1861,  original. 

FRISBEE,  CHARLES  M.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  December  24,  1862,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  December  31,  1862;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  March  19,  1863 ; 
subsequent  service  in  mth  Infantry; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Decem- 
ber 30,  1862,  with  rank  from  December 
24,  1862,  vice  W.  H.  Lakeman,  dismissed. 

GAYLORD,  CHAUNCEY  M.,  age  31 
years ;  enrolled  October  14,  1861,  at  Otse- 
go  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  Novem- 
ber 30,  1861 ;  discharged  for  disability, 
September  9,  1862 ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  30,  1861,  original. 

GEORGE,  CHARLES  HENRY,  age  23 
years ;  enrolled  December  13,  1861,  at  Cort- 
land to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  January 

16,  1862;    discharged,    March    18,     1862; 
commissioned    First    Lieutenant,    January 

17,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  6,  1862, 
original. 

GETTER,  JEROME,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled September  20,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  Cherry  Valley  Regiment,  Oc- 
tober 14,  1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, January  7,  1862;  discharged  on 
consolidation  with  this  regiment,  Janu- 
ary 14,  1862;  not  commissioned. 

GODDARD,  JAMES  L.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled September  21,  1861,  at  Truxton  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  October  17,  1861 ; 


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as  First  Lieutenant,  February  23,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  28,  1862,  at 
Gainesville,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  September  17,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  June  3,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor, 
Va. ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  August  18,  1864;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  30,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  February  22,  1862,  vice  A.  Sager, 
promoted;  Captain,  October  14,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  u,  1862,  vice  J.  H.  Bar- 
nard, discharged. 

GREEN,  NELSON  W.,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Colonel,  November  20, 
1861 ;  discharged,  to  date  June  3,  1862; 
commissioned  Colonel,  October  29,  1861, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  original. 

GREEN,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  19  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Cortland  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  October  26,  1861 ;  discharged 
for  disability,  to  date  August  31,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  25,  1861, 
original. 

GROVER,  ANDREW  JACKSON,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  September  16,  1861,  at 
Cortland  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  A,  October  8, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August  28,  1862, 
at  Gainesville,  Va. ;  discharged  for  dis- 
ability, December  20,  1862 ;  enrolled  and 
mustered  in  as  Major,  March  10,  1863; 
killed  in  action,  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  commissioned  Captain,  Janu- 
ary 17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  4, 
1861,  original ;  Major,  February  6,  1863, 
with  rank  from  November  20,  1862,  vice 
C.  E.  Livingston,  promoted;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  not  mustered,  July  23,  1863,  with 
rank  from  June  25,  1863,  vice  C.  E.  Liv- 
ingston, promoted. 

GUERNSEY,  THERON  C,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at  Freetown 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  D,  October  4,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  October  i,  1863 ;  re-en- 
listed as  a  veteran,  January  2,  1864;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  March  16,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  May  n,  1864,  at 
Laurel  Hill,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First 


Lieutenant,  Company  C,  August  22,  1864; 
captured  in  action,  October  i,  1864,  at 
Poplar  Grove  Church,  Va. ;  paroled,  no 
date;  discharged,  May  18,  1865;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  September  16, 
1864,  with  rank  from  August  21,  1864,  vice 
T.  F.  Welden,  killed  in  action. 

HAMILTON,  CHARLES  A.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  at  Fitzhugh  House,  Va.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  May  7,  1863;  transferred  to  I47th 
Infantry,  January  28,  1865;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  April  24,  1863,  with 
rank  from  April  22,  1863,  vice  C.  M.  Fris- 
bee,  discharged. 

HARMON,  NORMAN  G.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  September  20,  1861,  at  Cortland  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  October  4,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  prior  to  June,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 20,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  July  i, 
1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  B,  October  23,  1863; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 
November  28,  1863;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  February  6,  1863,  with  rank 
from  December  20,  1862,  vice  H.  W. 
Pierce,  promoted;  Captain,  October  17, 

1863,  with  rank  from  August  6,  1863,  vice 
R.    Story,    died,    of    wounds    received   in 
action. 

HATCH,  JAMES  CHURCH,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  12,  1861,  at  Groton  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  October  25,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  26,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  November  29,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  February  13,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  October  20, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  14,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 20,  1862,  vice  G.  I.  Foster,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  February  6,  1863,  with 
rank  from  November  n,  1862,  vice  G.  I. 
Foster,  discharged ;  Captain,  January  27, 

1864,  with  rank  from  March  12,  1863,  vice 
A.   Sager,  discharged. 

HILL,  GEORGE  B.,  age  19  years ;  enrolled 
at  South  Valley  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  A,  Octo- 
ber 15,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  I, 
1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, prior  to  October,  1863;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  2,  1864 ;  wounded  in  ac- 


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tion,  May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ; 
promoted  Sergeant- Major,  October  n, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  December  5,  1864;  trans- 
ferred to  I47th  Infantry,  January  28,  1865 ; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  31,  1864,  with  rank  from 
May  5,  1864,  vice  W.  Stringham,  killed  in 
action;  recommissioned  November  30, 
1864,  with  rank  from  October  26,  1864, 
vice  C.  Baldwin,  discharged. 

HOTCHKISS,  NEWTON  D.,  age  23  years ; 
enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at  Freetown 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  Cortland 
County  regiment,  December  2,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged on  consolidation  with  this  regi- 
ment, January  14,  1862 ;  not  commissioned. 

JARVIS,  ALBERT  J.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled October  5,  1861,  at  Cortland  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  November  19,  1861 ; 
promoted  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  to  date 
November  19,  1861 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veter- 
an, January  26,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  January  2,  1865;  dis- 
charged, January  28,  1865;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
31,  1864,  with  rank  from  August  10,  1864, 
vice  J.  W.  Coons,  discharged;  Captain, 
November  30,  1864,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 12,  1864,  vice  C.  A.  Watkins,  dis- 
charged. 

KEELER,  PHILIP,  First  Lieutenant,  3Oth 
Infantry;  transferred  to  Company  G,  this 
regiment,  May  25,  1863 ;  to  Company  E, 
June  23,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  July 
I,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  August  2,  1863,  at  Albany,  N. 
Y. ;  commissioned  in  3Oth  Infantry. 

LAKEMAN,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
I3th  Infantry,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
Hospital  Steward,  no  date;  mustered  in 
as  Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  Sep- 
tember I,  1862;  dismissed,  December  13, 
1862;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
August  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  30, 
1862,  vice  G.  W.  Metcalfe,  promoted. 

LANSING,  WILLIAM,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled September  21,  1861,  at  Truxton 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  October  10,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  February  22,  1862; 


commissioned    Captain,   January    17,    1862, 
with  rank  from  October  9,  1861,  original. 

LIVINGSTON,  CHARLES  E.,  Major,  Q2d 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Major,  this  regi- 
ment, January  7,  1862;  captured  in  action, 
August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton,  Va. ;  pa- 
roled, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, November  20,  1862;  as  Col- 
onel, September  30,  1863 ;  discharged,  to 
date  December  i,  1864;  commissioned 
Major,  February  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  7,  1862,  original;  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, February  6,  1863,  with  rank  from 
November  20,  1862,  vice  J.  D.  Shaul,  dis- 
charged; Colonel,  July  23,  1863,  with  rank 
from  June  25,  1863,  vice  W.  P.  Wain- 
wright,  discharged. 

LONG,  MICHAEL,  Second  Lieutenant, 
3Oth  Infantry;  transferred  to  Company  K, 
this  regiment,  May  25,  1863;  wounded  in 
action,  July  I,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  no  date;  dis- 
charged for  disability  from  wounds,  No- 
vember 9,  1863;  commissioned  in  3Oth  In- 
fantry. 

MARSH,  MOSES  PARKER,  age  21  years ; 
enrolled  October  I,  1861,  at  McLean  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  October  5,  1861 ; 
died  of  sunstroke  and  fever,  September 
26,  1862,  at  McLean,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  25,  1861, 
original. 

McCLURE,  GEORGE  G. ;  commissioned, 
declined,  not  mustered,  Adjutant,  January 
14,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  6,  1863, 
vice  H.  F.  Robinson,  discharged. 

MEAD,  ELIAS  A.,  age  34  years ;  enrolled 
September  25,  1861,  at  Dryden  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  October  9,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862, 
at  Antietam,  Md. ;  discharged  for  disa- 
bility, December  18,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  9,  1861,  original. 

METCALFE,  GEORGE  W.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  at  Cherry  Valley  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  Cherry 
Valley  Regiment,  October  II,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  12,  1862 ;  enrolled  at  Al- 
bany to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment, 
January  13,  1862;  as  Surgeon,  July  30, 


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1862;  discharged,  November  9,  1864,  near 
Petersburg,  Va.;  not  commissioned  Sur- 
geon, Cherry  Valley  Regiment;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  January  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  8,  1861, 
original;  Surgeon,  August  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  30,  1862,  vice  J.  C  Nelson, 
discharged. 

MUDGE,  BYRON,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
September  20,  1861,  at  Cortland  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  Cortland  Regiment, 
December  14,  1861 ;  discharged  on  con- 
solidation with  this  regiment,  January  14, 
1862;  not  commissioned. 

MYERS,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled October  5,  1861,  at  Cortland  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  A,  October  8,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  prior  to  June,  1862;  First 
Sergeant,  prior  to  October,  1863;  Ser- 
geant-Major, November  12,  1863;  re-en- 
listed as  a  veteran,  January  5,  1864;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
F,  March  16,  1864;  captured  in  action, 
May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va.;  pa- 
roled, no  date;  transferred  to  I47th  In- 
fantry, January  31,  1865;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  17,  1864, 
with  rank  from  November  9,  1863,  vice 
R.  G.  Noxon,  died,  of  wounds  received 
in  action. 

NELSON,  JUDSON  C.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled at  Cortland  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  November 
n,  1861 ;  discharged,  July  10,  1862;  com- 
missioned Surgeon,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  n,  1861,  original. 

NORWOOD,  JOB,  age  21  years;  enroled 
October  9,  1861,  at  Richford  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company 
E,  October  13,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
no  date;  wounded  in  action,  August  28, 
1862,  at  Gainesville,  Va.;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  January  2,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  to  date 
November  9,  1863;  captured  in  action, 
May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  pa- 
roled, no  date;  discharged,  March  12, 
1865 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  17,  1864,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 9,  1863,  vice  T.  F.  Welden,  pro- 
moted. 

NOXON,  ROBERT  G.,  Second  Lieutenant, 
3Oth  Infantry ;  transferred  to  Company  F, 


this  regiment,  May  25,  1863;  wounded  in 
action,  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
died,  of  his  wounds,  September  I,  1863; 
commissioned  in  3Oth  Infantry. 

PHENIS,  BARNARD,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled October  n,  1861,  at  Cherry  Valley 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  November  16,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  prior  to  April, 
1863;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  August  15,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  March  n,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  August  18,  1864,  at 
Weldon  Railroad,  Va. ;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  same  date,  at  Division  Hospital; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  31, 
1863,  with  rank  from  May  19,  1863,  vice 
L.  Davis,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
February  17,  1864,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 9,  1863,  vice  L.  Davis,  discharged. 

PIERCE,  HERSCHEL  W.,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  October  9,  1861,  at  Dundee  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  January  16,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  March  n,  1862;  as 
Captain,  December  20,  1862;  discharged, 
October  10,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
17,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  13,  1862, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  April  25,  1862, 
with  rank  from  March  11,  1862,  vice  C.  H. 
George,  resigned;  Captain,  February  6, 
1863,  with  rank  from  December  20,  1862, 
vice  A.  J.  Grover,  discharged. 

POTTER,  IRA  C,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
October  I,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
A,  October  4,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, February  20,  1863;  Sergeant-Ma- 
jor, July  i,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  to  date  March  31, 
1863;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
November  29,  1863;  as  Captain,  May  6, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  No- 
vember 18,  1864;  Major,  U.  S.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  31,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  22,  1863,  vice 
P.  S.  Clark,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
February  17,  1864,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 9,  1863,  vice  J.  D.  Clyde,  pro- 
moted ;  Captain,  September  16,  1864,  with 
rank  from  May  5,  1864,  vice  N.  G.  Bar- 
tholomew, killed  in  action. 


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POWELL,  SANFORD  M.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H, 
3d  Infantry,  August  3,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  this  regiment,  De- 
cember 12,  1861 ;  discharged,  February  II, 
1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 12,  1861,  original. 

POWELL,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  September  i,  1861,  at  Richford  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  October  9,  1861 ;  discharged, 
March  13,  1863;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 4,  1861,  original. 

PUTNAM,  CHARLES  S.,  Private,  loth 
Artillery;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  this  regiment,  January 
16,  1864,  with  rank  from  January  15,  1864, 
vice  M.  Long,  discharged. 

REESE,  JACOB  J.,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
November  26,  1861,  at  Sherburne  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  H,  January  7,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  August  28,  1862,  at  Gainesville, 
Va. ;  promoted  Sergeant,  prior  to  April, 
1863;  First  Sergeant,  August  15,  1863; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  25,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  May  23,  1864,  near 
Spotsylvania,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  September  30, 
1864;  discharged,  January  28,  1865;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  November  30, 
1864,  with  rank  from  August  18,  1864, 
vice  E.  Evens,  promoted. 

RICHARDSON,  HIRAM  S.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  at  Cortland  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  November 
u,  1861 ;  discharged,  February  24,  1863; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  March  4,  1862, 
with  rank  from  January  15,  1862,  orig- 
inal, 

RIPLEY,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  20  years ;  en- 
rolled November  i,  1861,  at  Otego  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  K,  November  30,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  August  28,  1862,  at 
Gainesville,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  December  13,  1862,  at 
Washington,  D.  C. ;  enrolled,  and  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  De- 
cember 29,  1862;  discharged,  May  6,  1863; 
subsequent  service  in  Veteran  Reserve 
Corps;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 


November  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember i,  1862,  vice  S.  M.  Byram,  pro- 
moted; recommissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  31,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  6,  1863,  vice  himself,  dis- 
charged. 

ROBINSON,  HEMAN  F.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  at  Cortlandville  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  October  4,  1861 ;  discharged, 
January  2,  1863 ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  February  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  4,  1861,  original. 

SAGER,  AARON,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
September  16,  1861,  at  Cortland  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  October  10,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  February  23,  1862 ;  wounded  in 
action,  August  28,  1862,  at  Gainesville,  Va. ; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 
March  12,  1863;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 9,  1861,  original;  Captain,  May  13, 

1862,  with  rank  from  February  22,    1862, 
vice  J.  C.  Carmiohael,  declined. 

SAUNDERS.,  SAMUEL  E.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  October  I,  1861,  at  Cortland  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  G,  October  9,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  May  30,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  December  26, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  July  i,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  November  9,  1863 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  6, 

1863,  with  rank  from  December  26,  1862, 
vice  T.  Simms,  discharged. 

SHAUL,  JOHN  D.  (Colonel,  3Qth  Regi- 
ment, N.  G.,  N.  Y.),  age  47  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  this 
regiment,  January  23,  1862 ;  discharged  for 
disability,  November  20,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  23, 
1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  original. 

SIMMS-,  THOMAS,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
September  13,  1861,  at  Cortland  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  October  5,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  23,  1862;  discharged 
for  disability,  December  26,  1862,  at  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  13,  1862,  with  rank  from 


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February  2.2,  1862,  vice  J.  L.  Goddard, 
promoted. 

SMITH,  ABRAM  P.,  age  30  years ;  enrolled 
September  26,  1861,  at  Cortland  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Quarter- 
master, October  15,  1861 ;  discharged, 
May  12,  1862;  commissioned  Quarter- 
master, March  3,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  15,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  ANDREW  R.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Springfield  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
Cherry  Valley  Regiment,  October  14, 
1861 ;  promoted  Quartermaster,  October  15, 
1861 ;  discharged,  January  14,  1862,  on  con- 
solidation with  this  regiment ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

SMITH,  SILAS,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
October  21,  1861,  at  Middleburg  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  I,  October  22,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  July  i,  1862;  First  Sergeant  in 
February,  1863;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  October  23,  1863 ;  dis- 
honorably discharged,  July  8,  1864;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  October  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  June  25,  1863,  vice 
P.  S.  Clark,  promoted. 

STEBBINS,  LAVOISURE,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at  Homer  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  D,  October  4,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
near  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, January  i,  1863;  returned  to  ranks, 
March  31,  1863;  promoted  Corporal, 
May  i,  1863;  Sergeant,  July  I,  1863;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  2,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  to  date  November  29,  1863 ; 
wounded  in  action,  June  19,  1864,  before 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, December  I,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  17,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  9,  1863,  vice  I.  C. 
Potter,  promoted;  Captain,  not  mustered, 
November  30,  1864,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 12,  1864,  vice  I.  C.  Potter, 
mustered  out. 

STEELE,  GEORGE  W.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled October  i,  1861,  at  Cortland  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  October  9,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
promoted  Sergeant,  February  i,  1864;  re- 


enlisted  as  a  veteran,  March  30,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  August  19,  1864 ;  discharged,  Janu- 
ary 28,  1865;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, September  16,  1864,  with  rank 
from  August  18,  1864,  vice  B.  Phenis,  died 
of  wounds  received  in  action. 

STORY,  ROBERT,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
October  u,  1861,  at  Cherry  Valley  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October  14,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  February  22, 
1862 ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  B, 
December  24,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  died  of 
his  wounds,  August  6,  1863 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  22,  1861, 
original ;  First  Lieutenant,  February  26, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  i,  1862, 
vice  M.  B.  Cleveland,  resigned ;  Captain, 
February  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 24,  1862,  vice  O.  C.  Fox,  discharged. 

STRINGHAM,  WILLIAM,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at  Scott  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  D,  October  4,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  January  2,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
March  16,  1864;  killed  in  action,  May  5, 
1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  17,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  9,  1863,  vice  H.  D. 
Call,  promoted. 

SWAN,  AMOS  L.,  age  43  years;  enrolled 
October  u,  1861,  at  Cherry  Valley  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  October  22,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton, 
Va.,  December  13,  1862,  near  Fredericks- 
burg,  Va.,  April  30,  1863,  at  Pollock's  Mill 
Creek,  Va.,  and  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  discharged,  April  28,  1864 ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  commissioned  Captain,  January  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  22,  1861, 
original. 

SWAN,  EDWIN  J.,  age  18  years;  enrolled 
at  Cherry  Valley  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H,  Oc- 
tober 15,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
prior  to  April,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  December  24,  1862;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  K,  September  30,  1863; 


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captured  in  action,  May  5,  1864,  at  the 
Wilderness,  Va. ;  escaped,  no  date ;  dis- 
charged, April  21,  1865;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  6,  1863,  with 
rank  from  December  24,  1862,  vice  R. 
Story,  promoted ;  Captain,  October  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  July  3,  1863,  vice 
J.  W.  Young,  promoted. 

TARBELL,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  14, 1861,  at  Freetown  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  D,  October  4,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  February  24,  1863;  First  Ser- 
geant, May  i,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  to 
date  February  12,  1863 ;  discharged  for 
disability,  September  5,  1864,  at  General 
Hospital,  York,  Pa. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  February  12,  1863,  vice  S.  M.  Powell, 
discharged. 

VAN  SLYCK,  EDWARD  D.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  September  28,  1861,  at  Cortland 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  November  12, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August  28,  1862, 
at  Gainesville,  Va. ;  discharged,  October 
7,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 12,  1861,  original. 

WAIN  WRIGHT,  WILLIAM  P.,  Major, 
29th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  this 
regiment,  June  3,  1862 ;  wounded  in  action, 
September  14,  1862,  at  South  Mountain, 
Md. ;  discharged,  June  25,  1863,  to  accept 
appointment  as  Provost-Marshal  of  the 
District  of  Columbia;  Brigadier-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March 
13,  1865 ;  commissioned  Colonel,  June  10, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  3,  1862,  vice 
N.  W.  Green,  discharged. 

WALCOTT,  WILLIAM  STUART,  age  19 
years;  enrolled  October  22,  1861,  at  Cort- 
land to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  November 
12,  1861 ;  discharged,  October  29,  1862 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
17,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  12, 
1861,  original. 

WATERMAN,  JOHN  M.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  at  Decatur  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  .First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  October  14,  1861 ;  promoted  Hospi- 
tal Steward,  May  17,  1862;  Sergeant-Major, 


no  date;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  November  17,  1863 ;  dis- 
charged, October  10,  1864,  near  Peters- 
burg, Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
October  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  August 
6,  1863,  vice  N.  G.  Harmon,  promoted; 
Captain,  not  mustered,  September  16,  1864, 
with  rank  from  April  30,  1864,  vice  A.  L. 
Swan,  discharged. 

WATKINS,  CHARLES  A.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  October  14,  1861,  at  Oneonta  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  November  30, 
1861 ;  appointed  Quartermaster,  July  29, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  I  as  First 
Lieutenant,  March  i,  1863;  to  Company  G, 
June  23,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  C,  to  date  February  22,  1863 ;  dis- 
charged, November  8,  1864,  near  Peters- 
burg, Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 30,  1861,  original;  Captain,  July  31, 

1863,  with  rank  from  February  22,   1863, 
vice  G.   D.   Crittenden,  discharged ;   Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, not  mustered,  December  i, 

1864,  with   rank   from   October   17,    1864, 
vice  J.  E.  Cook,  discharged. 

WATROUS,  CHARLES  LEACH,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at 
Freetown  to  serve  three" years;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  D,  October  8, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August  20,  1862, 
at  Groveton,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  to  date  December  19,  1862; 
commissioned  Captain,  January  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  4,  1861,  original. 

WEAVER,  ELIAS  R.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled September  1 6,  1861,  at  Groton  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  November  25, 
1861 ;  discharged  for  disability,  September 
20,  1862 ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 25,  1861,  original. 

WELDEN,  THOMAS  R,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  October  21,  1861,  at  Richfield 
Springs  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Sergeant,  Company  K,  October  28, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  prior  to 
April,  1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  I, 
1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  I,  1863 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  November 
9,  1863 ;  killed  in  action,  August  21,  1864, 
at  Weldon  Railroad,  Va. ;  commissioned 


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Second  Lieutenant,  June  29,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1863,  vice  N.  G.  Bar- 
tholomew, promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
February  17,  1864,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 9,  1863,  vice  J.  C.  Hatch,  promoted. 

WHITNEY,  MOSES  MERRILL,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  September  26,  1861,  at 
Taylor  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Corporal,  Company  A,  October  8,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  January  9,  1863 ;  First 
Sergeant,  November  16,  1863 ;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  January  5,  1864;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  to  date 
November  10,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
August  19,  1864,  at  Yellow  House,  Va. ; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  November  8, 
1864;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  December  5,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  17,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  9,  1863,  vice  B. 
Phenis,  promoted. 

WILLIAMS,  RICHARD,  age  24  years ;  en* 
rolled  October  20,  1861,  at  Cooperstown 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  I,  November 
12,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
July  26,  1862;  killed  in  action,  August  29, 
1862,  at  Groveton,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  12,  1861,  original ; 


First  Lieutenant,  August  28,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  25,  1862,  vice  J.  H.  Bal- 
lard,  discharged. 

WOODRUFF,  FRANCIS  M.,  age  18  years ; 
enrolled  October  14,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  I,  59th  Infantry, 
October  23,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Company 
E,  in  November,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  June  25,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
H,  this  regiment,  March  2,  1864;  captured 
in  action,  May  5,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness, 
Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  discharged,  April 
12,  1865 ;  see  68th  Infantry ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

YOUNG,  JOHN  W.,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
September  28,  1861,  at  Springfield  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  October  14,  1861 ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Major,  September  30,  1863; 
captured  in  action,  May  5,  1864,  at  the 
Wilderness,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  dis- 
charged, March  12,  1865;  commissioned 
Captain,  January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  14,  1861,  original;  Major,  August 
26,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  3,  1863,  vice 
J.  E.  Cook,  promoted. 


SEVENTY-SEVENTH  REGIMENT  (VETERAN). 
Saratoga  Regiment;  Bemis  Heights  Regiment. 

This  regiment,  Col.  James  B.  McKean,  was  organized  at  Saratoga  Springs,  and  there, 
November  23,  1861,  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years.  October 
30,  1862,  a  new  company  was  forwarded  to  the  regiment,  becoming  Company  K,  the  original 
company  having  been  consolidated  with  Company  F.  At  the  expiration  of  the  term  of  ser- 
vice of  the  regiment  its  members  entitled  to  be  discharged  were  forwarded  to  Saratoga, 
and  there,  under  Col.  Winsor  B.  French,  mustered  out  December  13,  1864;  the  regiment 
was  continued  in  the  service,  but,  November  19,  1864,  consolidated  into  five  companies, 
A,  B,  C,  D  and  E. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally :  A  at  Westport ;  B  at  Ballston ;  C,  E,  F  and 
G  at  Saratoga;  D  at  Wilton;  H  at  Charlton;  I  at  Keeseville;  K  at  Gloversville ;  and 
second  Company  K  at  Saratoga. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  November  28,  1861 ;  served  in  the  3d  Brigade,  Casey's 
Division,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  December,  1861 ;  in  3d,  Davidson's,  Brigade,  W.  F. 
Smith's  Division,  4th  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  March,  1862;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  2d 
Division,  6th  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  May,  1862;  and  the  battalion  left  in  the  field 
was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under  Col.  David  J.  Caw,  June  27,  1865,  at 
Washington,  D.  C. 


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During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  8  officers,  58  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  3  officers,  41  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
i  officer,  175  enlisted  men;  total,  12  officers,  274  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  286;  of  whom 
1 6  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

1862. 
April     5- 
May    4 
April           5 
16 
26 
28 
May            5 
24 
June           5 
24 
June  25- 
July    2 
June         2  7 
28 
29 
30 
July            i 
3 
Sept.          14 

i 

Near  Lee's  Mills  

Before  Yorktown  

a 

Williamsburg  Va  

Mechanicsville,  Va    

i 

5 

6 

i 

2 

14 

Mechanicsville,  Va    

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

ii 

i 

J 

White  Oak  Swamp  Bridge  

Malvern  Hill                            

Crampton  Pass,  Md  

Antietam,  Md  

i? 
Dec.    11-15 
1863. 
May        3-4 

6 

i 

4 

2 

19 

32 

2 
83 

5 

Marye's  Heights  and  Salem  Church,  Va  

i 

6 

5 

I 

40 

30 

June           S 
July       1—3 

Gettysburg,  Pa  

Fairfield   Pa            .    .    .    .        

5 
7 
11-13 
14 
Oct.           16 

Antietam  and  Marsh  Run,  Md  

Chantilly,  Va  

Nov.           7 
Nov.  26- 
Dec.  2 
Dec.            i 
1864. 
May        s-7 
8-21 
8 
10 

12 
22-26 

,,         2?-3° 
May   31- 
June  12 
June  17- 
July  9, 
Dec.  — 
April  2, 
1865 
June  17-19 
21-23 
July    12—13 

1 

Germanna  Ford  

J 

ii 
5 

3 
4 

1    4 

j   ' 

39 
Si 

2 
2 

7 
19 

66 
107 

Wilderness,  Va  

Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va  

Piney  Branch  Church  

Landron  Farm  

2 

I 

6 

2 

8 

2 

The  Salient   

North  Anna,  Va  

Cold  Harbor,  Va  

2 

3 

7 

12 
IO 

7 

20 
2 

Before  Petersburg,  Va  

10 

Assault  of  Petersburg,  Va  

j 

7 

Weldon  Railroad,  Va  
Washington,  D.  C  

J 

4 

2 

I 

12 

i 

Charlestown,  W  Va  

Aug           21 

Opequon  Creek,  Va  

Sept.         13 

Opequon,  Va  

19 

22 

Oct.           19 
1865. 
Mar.          25 

2 

4 

4 

30 

2 

42 
36 
I  I 

IS 

Fisher's  Hill,  Va  

Cedar  Creek,  Va  

2 

5 

i 

2 

3 

i 

3 

18 

7 

3 

Petersburg  Works,  Va  

Appomattox  Campaign,  Va  

Mar.   28- 
Apri1     9 

J-    •  • 

4 

10 

Fall  of  Petersburg 

6 
9 

1 

Total  loss   

8 

58 

3 

41 

25 

269 

4 

73 

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OFFICERS    OF   THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

JAMES  B.  McKEAN,  from  November  23, 
1861,  to  July  27,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

JOSEPH  C.  HENDERSON,  from  Novem- 
ber 8,  1861,  to  June  17,  1862. 

WINSOR  B.  FRENCH,  from  July  18,  1862, 
to  December  13,  1864. 

DAVID  J.  CAW,  from  December  14,  1864, 
to  June  27,  1865. 

Majors. 
SELDEN     HETZEL,     from     October     26, 

1861,  to  May  15,  1862. 

WINSOR  B.  FRENCH,  from  June  i  to  July 
18,  1862. 

NATHAN  S.  BABCOCK,  from  September 
i,  1862,  to  December  13,  1864. 

DAVID  J.  CAW,  from  November  19  to  De- 
cember 14,  1864. 

Adjutants. 
WINSOR   B.    FRENCH,    from    November 

23,  1861,  to  June  i,  1862. 
ISAAC    D.    CLAPP,    from    December    22, 

1862,  to  May  4,  1863. 

WILLIAM   H.    FURSMAN,    from   May  4, 

1863,  to  February  13,  1864. 
LAWRENCE  VAN  DEMARK,  from  Feb- 
ruary 13  to  September  30,  1864. 

GILBERT     F.     THOMAS,     acting,     from 

to  October  19,  1864. 

WILLIAM   W.    WARDEN,    from    October 

20  to  December  13,  1864. 
CHARLES   H.   DAVIS,   from  February  18 

to  May  3,   1865. 
THOMAS   M.   WHITE,   from  June    15   to 

27,  1865. 

Quartermasters. 

LUCIUS  E.  SHURTLIFF,  from  Novem- 
ber 23,  1861,  to  June  21,  1862. 

JACOB  F.  HAYWARD,  from  June  21, 
1862,  to  December  13,  1864. 

CHARLES  D.  THURBER,  from  February 
16  to  June  27,  1865. 

Surgeons. 

JOHN  L.  PERRY,  from  November  23, 
1861,  to  January  30,  1862. 


AUGUSTUS  CAMPBELL,  from  February 

15,  1862,  to  February  9,  1863. 
GEORGE  T.  STEVENS,  from  February  16, 

1863,  to  December  13,  1864. 
JUSTIN  G.  THOMPSON,  from  December 

21,  1864,  to  June  27,  1865. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 

GEORGE  T.  STEVENS,  from  November 
23,  1861,  to  November  n,  1862. 

JOHN  W.  FAY,  from  October  21  to  De- 
cember 30,  1862. 

JUSTIN  G.  THOMPSON,  from  Novem- 
ber 17,  1862,  to  December  13,  1864. 

WILLIAM    A.    OBLONG,    from    April    3, 

1863,  to  December  30,   1864. 

Chaplains. 
DAVID  TULLY,  from  November  23,  1861, 

to  July  7,  1862. 
NORMAN    FOX,    JR.,    from    December    i, 

1862,  to  December  13,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 

RENEL  W.   ARNOLD,   from   October  23, 

1861,  to  April  3,  1862. 
GEORGE   S.  ORR,  from  April  3,   1862,  to 

November  19,  1864. 
ISAAC    D.    CLAPP,    from    November    19, 

1864,  to  June  27,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  DOUGLASS,    from  October   i, 

1861,  to  April  21,   1862. 
STEPHEN    S.   HASTINGS,   from   August 

15  to  December  26,  1862. 
CHARLES  E.  STEVENS,  from  December 

26,  1862,  to  July  26,  1864. 
ROBERT  E.  NELSON,  from  July  26,  1864, 

to  January  i,  1865. 
STEPHEN   H.    PIERCE,    from   December 

17,  1864,  to  March  25,  1865. 
THOMAS  S,  HARRIS,  from  March  26  to 

June  27,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  H.  FARNSWORTH,  from  October 

i,   1861,  to  February  8,  1862. 
CHARLES  E.    STEVENS,   from   March  8 

to  December  26,  1862. 


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LEWIS  F.  VAN  DERWERKER,  from  De- 
cember 26,  1862,  to  April  — ,  1863. 
WILLIAM   F.    LYON,   from   February  28, 

1863,  to  May  10,  1864. 

WILLIAM  E.   MERRILL,  from  December 

17,  1864,  to  May  5,  1865. 
SARIELL  FOUNTAIN,   from    May   7   to 

June  27,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captain  s: 

CLEMENT  C.  HILL,  from  October  i,  1861, 

*to  June  26,  1862. 
STEPHEN    S.    HORTON,    from   July   25, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 
FREDERICK  SMITH,  from  June  18,  1863, 

to  September  i,  1864. 
JOSEPH  H.  LOVELAND,  from  November 

19  to  December  13,  1864. 
GEORGE    M.    ROSS,    from   December   28, 

1864,  to  June  27,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
NOBLE  G.  HAMMOND,  from  October  i, 

1861,  to  July  24,  1862. 
FREDERICK  SMITH,  from  July  24,  1862, 

to  June  18,  1863. 
SIDNEY    O.    CROMACK,   from   June    18, 

1863,  to  March  PI,  1865. 

ALONZO  ROWLAND,  from  December  6, 

1864,  to  June  16,  1865. 

ADAM  FLANSBURGH,  from  June  19  to 
June  27,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
STEPHEN  S.  HORTON,  from  October  i, 

1861,  to  May  n,  1862. 

GEORGE  K.  McGUNIGLE,  from  May  12 

to  October  4,  1862. 
SUMNER  OAKLEY,  from  November   19, 

1864,  to  January  9,  1865. 
WILLIAM  CAW,  from  January  28  to  June 

27,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 

Captains: 
BENJAMIN  F.  JUDSON,  from  September 

24,  1861,  to  April  i,  1862. 
LUTHER  M.   WHEELER,   from  April  2, 

1862,  to  May  3,  1863. 

ISAAC  D.  CLAPP,  from  May  4,  1863,  to 

November  19,  1864. 
CHARLES  E.  STEVENS,  from  November 

19,  1864,  to  June  27,  1865. 


First  Lieutenants: 
LUTHER  M.  WHEELER,  from  September 

24,  1861,  to  April  2,  1862. 
JOHN    PATTERSON,    from   April    19    to 

September  8,  1862. 
EDWARD  W.  WINNIE,  from  September 

8,  1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 
LAWRENCE  VAN  DEMARK,  from  May 

17,  1863,  to  February  13,  1864. 
CHARLES  H.  DAVIS,  from  January  2  to 

February  18,  1865. 
WILLIAM  E.  MERRILL,  from  May  5  to 

June  27,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  PATTERSON,  from  September  24, 
1861,  to  April  19,  1862. 

EDWARD  W.  WINNIE,  from  March  29  to 
September  8,  1862. 

LAWRENCE  VAN  DEMARK,  from  Sep- 
tember 8,  1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

GILBERT  F.  THOMAS,  from  February  22, 

1863,  to  October  19,  1864. 
CHARLES  H.  DAVIS,  from  November  19, 

1864,  to  January  2,  1865. 

ADAM  FLANSBURGH,  from  January  28 
to  June  19,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

JOHN  CARR,  from  September  24,  1861,  to 

May  18,  1862. 
SETH  W.  DEYOE,  from  May  19,  1862,  to 

July  26,  1864. 
CHARLES  E.  STEVENS,  from  July  26  to 

November  19,  1864. 
GEORGE   S.  ORR,   from  November   19  to 

December  13,  1864. 
SUMNER  OAKLEY,    from   January  9   to 

March  25,  1865. 
CHARLES    H.    DAVIS,    from    May   3   to 

June  27,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WINSOR    B.    FRENCH,    from    September 

24  to  November  23,   1861. 
SETH    W.    DEYOE,    from    November    26, 

1861,  to  May  19,   1862. 

JOSEPH  H.  LOVELAND,  from  October  I, 

1862,  to  November  15,  1863. 

LEWIS  F.  VAN  DERWERKER,  from 
November  15,  1863,  to  December  13^  1864. 

ROBERT  E.  NELSON,  from  January  i  to 
June  27,  1865. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 
CHESTER   H.   FODOW,  from  September 

24,  1861,  to  May  31,  1862. 

ROBERT    H.    SKINNER,    from    June    5, 

1862,  to  March   12,  1863. 

LEWIS    F.    VAN   DERWERKER,    from 

April  to  November  15,  1863. 

JEREMIAH    STEBBINS,    from   December 

9,  1863,  to  March  16,   1865. 
THOMAS  S.  HARRIS,  from  December  17, 

1864,  to  March  26,  1865. 
WILLIAM     H.    QUACKENBUSH,    from 

March  28  to  June  27,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
LEWIS  WOOD,  from  November  23,   1861, 

to  October  4,   1862. 

DAVID  J.  CAW,  from  October  4  to  Decem- 
ber 28,   1862. 

WILLIAM    B.    CARPENTER,    from    De- 
cember 25,   1862,  to  May  10,  1864. 
DAVID  A.  THOMPSON,  from  November 

19,  1864,  to  June  27,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM    B.    CARPENTER,    from    No- 
vember 23,  1861,  to  December  25,   1862. 
HENRY   C.   ROWLAND,    from   December 

25,  1862,  to  December  13,  1864. 
JAMES  A.  MONROE,  from  December  17, 

1864,  to  June  27,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HALSEY  BOWE,  from  November  23,  1861, 

to  August  14,   1862. 
DAVID   LYON,   from  September  23,  1862, 

to  December  13,   1864. 
CHARLES   D.   THURBER,   from   January 

9  to  February  16,  1865. 
THOMAS  M.  WHITE,  from  February  20 

to  June  15^  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 

Captains: 

JUDSON  B.  ANDREWS,  from  November 

20,  1861,  to  July  16,  1862. 

JESSE    WHITE,    from   July    17,    1862,    to 

February  22,  1863. 
EDWARD    W.    WINNIE,    from    May    17, 

1863,  to  August  ig,  1864, 

DAVID  A.  THOMPSON,  from  September 
19  to  November  19,  1864. 
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First  Lieutenants: 
JESSE  WHITE,  from  October  12,  1861,  to 

July   17,   1802. 
ANSEL     DENISON,     from     October    31, 

1862,  to  February  27,  1863. 

DAVID  A.  THOMPSON,  from  February 
28,  1863,  to  September  19,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN   J.    CAMERON,  from  November   i, 

1861,  to  May  n,  1862. 
EMMETT  J.  PATTERSON,  from  October 

31  to  December  18,   1862. 
DAVID  A.  THOMPSON,   from  December 

18,  1862,  to  February  28,  1863. 
JEREMIAH    STEBBINS,    from    February 

28  to  December  9,   1863. 
THOMAS    S.    FOWLER,    from    December 

17,  1863,  to  August  12,  1864. 
ROBERT  E.  NELSON,  September  8,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
CALVIN    A.    RICE,    from    November    19, 

1861,  to  January  8,  1863. 
ORRIN   P.   RUGG,   from  October  5,    1862, 

to  May  12,  1864. 

GEORGE  M.  ROSS,  from  August  25  to 
December  28,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE    S.    ORR,    from    November    23, 

1861,  to  April  3,  1862. 
EDWARD   S.   ARMSTRONG,   from  April 

3,  1862,  to.  January  5,   1863. 
GEORGE  M.  ROSS,  from  January  5,  1863, 

to  August  25,   1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

LUCIUS  E.  SHURTLIFF,  from  November 
22  to  November  23,  1861. 

WILLIAM  K.  YOUNG,  from  November 
27,  1861,  to  April  15,  1862. 

ORRIN  P.  RUGG,  from  April  15  to  Oc- 
tober 5,  1862. 

GEORGE  M.  ROSS,  from  October  5,  1862, 
to  January  5,  1863. 

GEORGE  H.  GILLIS,   from  February  25, 

1863,  to  December  13,  1864, 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 

ALBERT  F.  BEACH,  from  November  13, 
1861,  to  January  30,  1862. 


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N.  HOLLISTE'R   BROWN,  from  January 

30  to  December  25,  1862. 
DAVID  J.  CAW,  from  December  28,  1862, 

to  November  19,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
N.   HOLLISTER  BROWN,  from  October 

i,   1861,  to  January  30,  1862. 
GEORGE  D.  STORY,  from  January  30  to 

May  31,  1862. 
DAVID  J.   CAW,  from  June  r  to  October 

4,   1862. 
FRANK    THOMAS,    from    February    28, 

18631,  to  August  10,  1864. 
ALO'NZO  ROWLAND,  from  September  19 

to  December  6,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE    D.    STORY,    from    October    I, 

1861,  to  January  30,  1862. 

DAVID  J.  CAW,  from  January  30  to  June 

I,   1862. 
ALONZO    ROWLAND,    from   August   18, 

1862,  to  September  19,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
FRANKLIN   NORTON,  from  October  15, 

1861,  to  August  18,  1862. 
MARTIN  LENNON,  from  August  18,  1862, 
to  November   i,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JACOB  F.   HAYWARD,  from  October  4, 

1861,  to  June  21,  1862. 
JOHN  W.   BELDING,  from  February  25, 

1863,  to  October  27,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
MARTIN   LENNON,   from  November  23, 

1861,  to  August  18,   18621 

JOHN    W.    BELDING,    from    August    18, 

1862,  to  February  25,    1863. 

CARLOS  ROWE,  from  February  25,  1863, 
to  December  13,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
NATHAN  S.  BAB  COCK,  from  October  4, 

1861,  to  September  i,  1862. 

JOHN  R.  ROCKWELL,  from  September  6, 

1862,  to  October  2,  1863. 

JOSEPH  H.  LOVELAND,  from  November 
15,  1863,  to  November  19,   1864. 


First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  W.  McGREGOR,  from  December 
21,  1861,  to  February  6,  1862. 

PHILANDER  A.  COBB,  from  February  6 
to  May  n,  1862. 

ANSEL  DENISON,  from  May  12  to  Oc- 
tober 31,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  FURSMAN,  from  Septem- 
ber 6,  1862,  to  May  4,  1863. 

WILLIAM  J.  TABER,  from  June  18,  1863, 
to  October  19,  1864, 

Second  Lieutenants: 

PHILANDER  A.  COBB<,  from  October  4, 

1861,  to  February  6,  1862. 

ANSEL    DENISO'N,    from   February   7    to 

May  12,   1862. 
EMMETT  J.  PATTERSON,  from  May  11 

to  October  3.1,   1862. 
CYRUS    F.    RICH,    from    September   6   to 

November  30,  1862. 
FRANK    THOMAS,    from    November    30, 

1862,  to  February  28,  1863. 
STEPHEN   REESHAM,   from  June   18  to 

October  8,  1863. 

WILLIAM  W.  WARDEN,  from  November 
23,  1863,  to  October  20,  1864. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

CAW,  DAVID  J.,  as  Colonel. 

FRENCH,  WINSOR  B.,  as  Colonel. 

BABCOCK,  NATHAN  S.,  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

CLAPP,  ISAAC  D.,  as  Lieutenant-Colonel. 

McKEE,   SAMUEL,   as  Lieutenant-Colonel. 

CLAPP,  ISAAC  D.,  as  Major. 

HETZEL,  SELDEN,  as  Major   (2d). 

STEVEN'S,  CHARLES  E.,  as  Major. 

OGILVEY,  HENRY,  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster. 

BELDING,  JOHN  W.,  as  Captain. 

HARRIS,  THOMAS  S.,  as  Captain. 

MONROE,  JAMES  A.,  as  Captain. 

CAW,  WILLIAM,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

MANN,  WILLIAM  H.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant 

McCALL,  WILLIAM,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

REED,  ALBERT  J.,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

WRIGHT,  WILLIAM  H.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 


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BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS. GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR  TO 
AN  ENLISTED  MAN  AS  FOLLOWS  : 

LOCKWOOD,  OSCAR  F.,  Sergeant,  77th 
Infantry,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

WALDRON,  ALEXANDER  P.,  Hospital 
Steward,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ANDREWS,  JUDSON  B.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  October  12,  1861,  at  Mechanic- 
ville  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  is  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  November  20,  1861 ; 
discharged,  July  16,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  12,  1861,  original. 

ARMSTRONG,  EDWARD  S.,  age  24  years ; 
enrolled  October  I,  1861  at  Ballston  Spa 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  B,  October  14,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Quartermaster-Sergeant,  December 
14,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  April  3,  1862;  discharged, 
January  5,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  19,  1862,  with  rank  from  April 
3,  1862,  vice  George  S.  Orr,  promoted. 

ARNOLD,  RENEL  W.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Westport  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  October  23,  1861 ;  discharged, 
April  3,  1862;  commissioned  Captain,  No- 
vember 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 26,  1861,  original. 

BABCOCK,  NATHAN  S.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  September  27,  1861,  at  Glovers- 
ville  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  K,  October  4,  1861 ;  as 
Major,  September  i,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  December  13,  1864,  at  Sara- 
toga Springs,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
October  4,  1861,  original;  Major,  Septem- 
ber 23,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  31, 
1862,  vice  W.  B.  French,  promoted;  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, not  mustered,  September 
5,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  27,  1863,  vice 
W.  B.  French,  promoted. 

BEACH,  ALBERT  F.,  age  31  years;  era- 
rolled  September  8,  1861,  at  Charlton  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  November  13,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  13,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  2,  1861,  original. 

BELDING,  JOHN  W.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 


and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
August  15,  1862;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  18,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 25, 1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  October 
19,  1864,  at  Cedar  Creek,  Va. ;  died  of  his 
wounds,  October  27,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  15,  1862,  vice  J.  J. 
Cameron,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  February 
25,  1863,  vice  J.  F.  Hayward,  appointed 
Quartermaster;  Captain,  not  mustered, 

i  November  15,  1864,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 19,  1864,  vice  F.  Smith,  dismissed. 

BOWE,  HALSEY,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
September  27,  1861,  at  Saratoga  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  November  23,  1861 ; 
accidentally  wounded  in  camp  at  Harri- 
son's Landing,  Va.,  no  date;  died  of  his 
wounds,  August  14,  1862,  at  Philadelphia, 
Pa. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 23,  1861,  original. 

BROWN,  N.  HOLLISTER,  age  41  years; 
enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at  Charlton 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October  I,  1861 ; 
as  Captain,  January  30,  1862;  discharged, 
December  25,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  2,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
March  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
30,  1862,  vice  A.  F.  Beach,  resigned. 

CAMERON,  JOHN  J.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  November  i,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, May  ii,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  23,  1861,  original. 

CAMPBELL,  AUGUSTUS,  age  41  years; 
enrolled  February  3,  1862,  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  February 
15,  1862;  discharged,  February  9,  1863; 
subsequent  service  in  I48th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Surgeon,  February  15,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  3,  1862,  vice  J.  L. 
Perry,  resigned. 

CARPENTER,  WILLIAM  B.,  age  26  years ; 
enrolled  September  27,  1861,  at  Provi- 
dence to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  November 
23,  1861;  as  Captain,  December  25,  1862; 
killed  in  action,  May  10,  1864,  at  Spotsyl- 


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vania,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
October  I,  1861,  original ;  Captain,  January 
22,  1863,  with  rank  from  December  25, 
1862,  vice  N.  H.  Brown,  resigned. 

CARR,  JOHN,  age  29  years;  enrolled  at 
Wilton  to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered 
m  as  Captain,  Company  D,  September  24, 
1861 ;  discharged,  May  18,  1862 ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  November  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  26,  1861,  original. 

CAW,  DAVID  J.,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
September  25,  1861,  at  Charlton  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  October  I,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  30,  1862 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  June  i,  1862;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  October  4,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  H,  December  28,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Major,  November  19,  1864;  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, to  date  December  14,  1864; 
wounded  i-m  action,  April  2,  1865,  at  Peters- 
burg, Va. ;  mustered  out  with  regiment 
June  27,  1865,  in  defenses  of  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  Colonel,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet,  from  April  21,  1865 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  21,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  30,  1862,  vice  G.  D. 
Story,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 23,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  31, 
1862,  vice  G.  D.  Story,  resigned;  Captain, 
December  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 4,  1862,  vice  L.  Wood,  dismissed; 
Major,  December  20,  1864,  with  rank  from 
November  19,  1864,  vice  N.  S^  Babcock, 
promoted ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  December 
24,  1864,  with  rank  from  December  13, 
1864,  vice  N.  S.  Babcock,  mustered  out; 
Colonel,  not  mustered,  July  6,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  i,  1865,  vice  W.  B. 
French,  not  mustered. 

CAW,  WILLIAM,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
at  Scotia  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Corporal,  Company  H,  October 
17,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  June  18, 
1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  2, 
11864;  wounded  in  action,  May  18,  1864,  at 
Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  D,  November  19,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany B,  January  28,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  27,  1865,  in  defenses 
of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  20,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  9,  1865,  vice  D.  Lyon, 


resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered, 
July  6,  1865,  with  rank  from  January  i, 
1865,  vice  J.  A.  Monroe,  promoted. 
CLAPP,  ISAAC  D.,  age  19  years ;  enrolled 
at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Corporal,  Company  C,  Septem- 
ber 24,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant- Major, 
May  10,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  December  22,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  C,  May  4,  1863 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  November  19,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  April  2,  1865,  in  front 
of  Petersburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  27,  1865,  in  defenses  of 
Washington,  D.  C.;  Major,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet,  from  April  2,  1865 ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
January  22,  1863,  with  rank  from  June  I, 

1862,  vice  W.  B.  French,  promoted;  Cap- 
tain, June  8,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  3, 

1863,  vice  L.  M.  Wheeler,  killed  in  action ; 
Major,  not  mustered,  May  31,   1865,  with 
rank  from  December  13,   1864,  vice  D.  J. 
Caw,    promoted;    Lieutenant-Colonel,    not 
mustered,   July  6,    1865,   with   rank   from 
January  i,  1865,  vice  D.  J.  Caw,  promoted. 

COBB,  PHILANDER  A.,  age  37  years ;  en- 
rolled September  27,  1861,  at  Gloversville 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  October  4, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  February 
6,  1862;  discharged,  May  n,  1862;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  23, 

1861,  original ;  First  Lieutenant,  March  21, 

1862,  with   rank   from   February  6,    1862, 
vice  J.  W.  McGregor,  resigned. 

CROMACK,  SIDNEY  O.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  20,  1861,  at  Ballston 
Spa  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  October  12,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  April  — ,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  June  18,  1863;  captured  in  action,  May 
6,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  paroled, 
no  date;  discharged,  March  n,  1865;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  June  8,  1863, 
with  rank  from  May  31,  1863,  vice  F. 
Smith,  promoted. 

DAVIS,  CHARLES  H.,  age  17  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Westport  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  A,  October  i,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  no  date ;  First  Sergeant, 
February  28,  1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 


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December  26,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
May  6,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  November  19,  1864;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, January  2,  1865 ;  appointed  Adjutant, 
February  18,  1865 ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  May  3,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  27,  1865,  in  defenses 
of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  September  16,  1864,  with 
rank  from  August  25,  1864,  vice  R.  E. 
Nelson,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 15,  1864,  with  rank  from  August 
26,  1864,  vice  F.  Thomas,  discharged;  Ad- 
jutant, February  18,  1865,  with  rank  from 
December  13,  1864,  vice  L.  Van  Demark, 
discharged;  Captain,  April  22,  1865,  with 
rank  from  March  25,  1865,  vice  S.  Oakley 
killed  in  action. 

OBLONG,  WILLIAM  A.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled March  20,  1863,  at  White  Oak 
Church  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Assistant  Surgeon,  April  3,  1863 ;  mus- 
tered out,  December  30,  1864,  at  Patrick's 
Station,  Va. ;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, March  26,  1863,  with  rank  from 
March  20,  1863,  vice  J.  W.  Fay,  dismissed. 

DENISON,  ANSEL,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
September  27,  1861,  at  Gloversville  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Fir-st 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  October  4,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  7,  1862 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  May  12,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md. ;  transferred/  to  Company  F,  October 
31,  1862;  died  of  his  wounds,  February  27, 
1863,  at  Gloversville,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  21,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  6,  1862,  vice  P.  A. 
Cobb,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  July  18, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  n,  1862,  vice 
P.  A.  Cobb,  resigned. 

DEYOE,  SETH  W.,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
at  Wilton  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  D, 
September  24,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
November  26,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  May  19, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  May  10,  1864,  at 
Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disabil- 
ity from  wounds,  July  26,  1864;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  27, 
1 86 1,  with  rank  from  November  26,  1861, 
vice  W.  B.  French,  appointed  Adjutant; 
Captain,  September  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  18,  1862,  vice  J.  Carr,  resigned. 


DOUGLASS,  WILLIAM,  age  38  years :  en- 
rolled September  24,  1861,  at  Westport 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  October  i,  1861 ; 
discharged,  April  21,  1862 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  25,  1861,  original. 

FARNSWORTH,  JAMES  H.,  age  40  years; 
enrolled  September  16,  1861,  at  Westport 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  A,  October  i, 
1861 ;  discharged,  February  8,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  23, 
1861,  original. 

FAY,  JOHN  W.,  age  38  years ;  enrolled  at 
Saratoga  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  D,  Novem- 
ber 20,  1861 ;  promoted  Hospital  Steward, 
same  date ;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, October  21,  1862;  dismissed,  Decem- 
ber 30,  1862;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, October  27,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  21,  1862,  original. 

FLANSBURGH,  ADAM,  age  21  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Bemis  Heights  to  -serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  October  n,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, no  date;  Sergeant,  December  20, 
1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  February 
13,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  May  10,  1864, 
at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany A,  as  Private,  November  19,  1864; 
promoted  Sergeant,  December  19,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  January  28,  1865;  wounded  in. 
action,  March  25,  1865,  at  Fort  Steadman, 
Va.,  and  April  2,  1865,  in  front  of  Peters- 
burg, Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  B,  June  19,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  27,  1865,  in  de- 
fenses of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  20, 
1865,  with  rank  from  January  9,  1865,  vice 
C.  H.  Davis,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
May  31,  1865,  with  rank  from  April  i, 
1865,  vice  T.  S.  Harris,  promoted. 

FODOW,  CHESTER  H.,  age  33  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Wilton  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  September  24,  1861 ;  discharged, 
May  31,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  23,  1861,  original. 


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FOUNTAIN,  SARIELL,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Westport  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  October  i,  1861 ;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  December  26,  1863 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  April  7,  1864;  Sergeant,  August 
8,  1864;  transferred  to  Company  C,  No- 
vember 19,  1864;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
December  17,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  7,  1865 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  27,  1865, 
in  defenses  of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  22, 
1865,  with  rank  from  March  25,  1865,  vice 
W.  E.  Merrill,  promoted. 

FOWLER,  THOMAS  S.,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Cohoes  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  D,  No- 
vember 7,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  no 
date;  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  April  3, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  December  17,  1863;  wounded 
in  action,  May  10,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania, 
Va. ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  August  12,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  19,  1863, 
with  rank  from  October  2,  1863,  vice  L.  F. 
Van  Derwerker,  promoted. 

FOX,  NORMAN,  JR.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  December  i, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  Decem- 
ber 13,  1864,  at  Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  December  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  i,  1862,  vice  D. 
Tully,  resigned. 

FRENCH,  WINSOR  B.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  Springs  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  September  24,  1861 ;  as 
Adjutant,  November  23,  1861 ;  as  Major, 
June  i,  1862;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  July 
18,  1862;  mustered  out  wkh  regiment,  De- 
cember 13,  1864,  at  Saratoga  Springs,  N. 
Y. ;  Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865 ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  27, 

1861,  with  rank  from  September  26,  1861, 
original;    First   Lieutenant  and   Adjutant, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 26,  1861,  original;  Major,  July  25, 

1862,  with  rank  from  June   i,   1862,  vice 
S.     Hetzel,     not     mustered;     Lieutenant- 
Colonel,    September    23,    1862,    with    rank 
from  July   18,    1862,   vice  S.   McKee,   de- 


clined; Colonel,  not  mustered,  September 
5,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  27,  1863,  vice 
J.  B.  McKean,  discharged. 

FURSMAN,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  August  6,  1862,  at  Saratoga  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  September  6V 
1862;  as  Adjutant,  to  date  May  4,  1863; 
discharged,  February  13,  1864;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  9,  1862, 
with  rank  from  August  27,  1862,  vice  S. 
W.  Deyoe,  promoted ;  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  June  8,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  3»  J863,  vice  I.  D.  Clapp,  promoted. 

GILLIS,  GEORGE  H.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  C, 
September  24,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant- 
Major,  February  17,  1862;  returned  to 
ranks  of  Company  C,  May  10,  1862;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  September  I,  1862 ;  Ser- 
geant-Major, December  20,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
G,  February  25,  1863 ;  wounded  in  action, 
September  19,  1864,  at  Winchester,  Va. ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  December  13, 
1864,  at  Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y. ;  Captain, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  Captain,  U. 
S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
5,  1863,  vice  G.  M.  Ross,  promoted. 

HAMMOND,  NOBLE  G.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  September  13,  1861,  at  Baliston 
Spa  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  October  i, 
1861 ;  discharged,  July  24,  1862 ;  Captain, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  26,  1861,  original. 

HARRIS,  THOMAS  S.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled October  17,  1861,  at  Baliston  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  November  23,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  April  — ,  1863 ;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  December  26,  1863;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  November  19, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  December  17,  1864;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  March  26,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  27,  1865, 
in  defenses  of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
15,  1864  with  rank  from  September  19, 
1864,  vice  T.  S.  Fowler,  discharged;  First 


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Lieutenant,  February  18,  1865,  with  rank 
from  December  13,  1864,  vice  C.  H.  Davis, 
promoted;  Captain,  not  mustered,  May  31, 
1865,  with  rank  from  April  i,  1865,  vice  I. 
D.  Clapp,  promoted. 

HASTINGS,  STEPHEN  S.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  A, 
August  15,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  to 
date  August  15,  1862 ;  discharged,  Decem- 
ber 26,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, September  30,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  15,  1862,  vice  W.  Douglass,  re- 
signed. 

HAYWARD,  JACOB  F.,  age  27  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  October  4,  1861 ;  as  Quartermaster, 
June  21,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
December  13,  1864,  at  Saratoga  Springs, 
•N.  Y. ;  commissioned.  First  Lieutenant, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 4,  1861,  original;  Quartermaster, 
January  22,  1863,  with  rank  from  June  21, 
1862,  vice  H.  Ogilvey,  declined. 

HENDERSON,  JOSEPH  C,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  September  26,  1861,  at  Saratoga 
Springs  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  November  8,  1861 ; 
discharged,  June  17,  1862;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  September  26,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

HETZEL,  SELDEN,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Major,  October  26,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, May  15,  1862;  subsequent  service 
in  lySth  Infantry;  commissioned  Major, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 26,  1861,  original;  recommissioned, 
not  mustered,  Major,  July  3,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  15,  1862,  vice  himself,  dis- 
charged. 

HILL,  CLEMENT  C,  age  41  years;  en- 
rolled September  13,  1861,  at  Ballston  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  B,  October  i,  1861 ;  discharged, 
June  26,  1862;  commissioned  Captain, 
'November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 26,  1861,  original. 

HORTON,  STEPHEN  S.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  13,  1861,  at  Ballston 
Spa  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  October 
i,  1861;  discharged,  May  n,  1862;  en- 


rolled and  mustered  in  as  Ceptain,  same 
company,  July  25,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md.,  and 
May  3,  1863,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged, May  28,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  23,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Captain,  July  25,  1862,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  vice  C.  C.  Hill,  resigned. 

HOWLAND,  ALONZO,  age  40  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Stillwater  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H, 
August  5,  1862;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  18,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  to 
date  September  19,  1864;  transferred  to 
Company  B,  December  6,  1864;  mustered 
out,  June  16,  1865,  in  defenses  of  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  9,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  18,  1862,  vice  M.  Lennon,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  November  15, 
1864,  with  rank  from  September  19, 
1864,  vice  L.  Van  Demark,  appointed  Ad- 
jutant. 

JUDSON,  BENJAMIN  F.,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  C, 
September  24,  1861 ;  discharged,  April  I, 
•1862;  commissioned  Captain,  November 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  September  26, 
1861,  original. 

LENNON,  MARTIN,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled October  i,  1861,  at  Keeseville  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  I,  October  4,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  23,  1861 ; 
as  Captain,  August  18,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  October  19,  1864,  at  Cedar  Creek, 
Va. ;  died  of  his  wounds,  November  i, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 23,  1861,  original;  Captain,  De- 
cember 9,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
18,  1862,  vice  F.  Norton,  promoted  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, 1234  Infantry. 

LOVELAND,  JOSEPH  H.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  D, 
August  15,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Oc- 
tober i,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  K, 
November  15,  1863;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany B,  November  19,  1864;  mustered  out, 
December  13,  1864;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  15,  1862,  vice  J.  White, 


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promoted;  Captain,  November  9,  1863, 
with  rank  from  October  2,  1863,  vice  J.  R. 
Rockwell,  discharged. 

LYON,  DAVID,  age  —  years ;  enrolled  and 
appointed  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
September  23,  1862;  on  detached  service 
as  Aide-de-Camp  to  General  Franklin 
since  date  of  appointment;  relieved  and 
mustered  out  with  company,  December  13, 

1864,  at    Saratoga   Springs,   N.   Y. ;   com- 
missioned   Second    Lieutenant,    September 
23,    1862,    with    rank   of   same   date,    vice 
H.    Bowe,   died   of   wounds. 

LYON,  WILLIAM  R,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Westport 
to  serve  three  years;  musiered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  A,  October  i,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  in  March  or  April, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  28,  1863;  killed  in  action,  May 
10,  1864,  at  Spotsyivania,  Va. ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  28,  1863, 
vice  F.  Thomas,  promoted. 

MA'NN,  WILLIAM  H. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  revoked,  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  27,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  G.  K.  McGunigle,  dismissed. 

McCALL,  WILLIAM,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F, 
October  14,  1861 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
'December  31,  1863;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany E,  November  19,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  27,  1865,  in  defenses 
of  Washington,  D.  C ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  May  31, 

1865,  with  rank  from  April  i,   1865,  vice 
A.  Flansburgh,  promoted. 

McGREGOR,  JOHN  W.,  age  24  years ;  en- 
rolled September  27,  1861,  at  Gloversville 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  December  21, 
1861 ;  discharged,  February  6,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  November  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  4,  1861, 
original. 

McGUNIGLE,  GEORGE  K.,  age  —  years ; 
enrolled  and  appointed  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  May  12,  1862;  dismissed,  to 
date  October  4,  1862;  restored,  January 
15,  1863,  provided  vacancy  has  not  been 
filled;  no  further  service;  commissioned 


Second  Lieutenant,  May  26,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  12,  1862,  vice  S.  S. 
Horton,  resigned. 

McKEAN,  JAMES  B.,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled October  14,  1861,  at  Saratoga 
Springs  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Colonel,  November  23,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  July  27,  1863; 
commissioned  Colonel,  November  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  14,  1861 , 
original. 

McKEE,  SAMUEL,  First  Lieutenant,  2d 
U.  S.  Infantry  (appointed  from  Utah)  ; 
commissioned,  declined,  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, this  regiment,  July  19,  1862,  with 
rank  from*  July  18,  1862,  vice  J.  C. 
Henderson,  resigned. 

MERRILL,  WILLIAM  E.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  October  i,  1861,  at  Keeseville  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  I,  October  4,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted' Sergeant,  July  i,  1862:  First  Ser- 
geant, May  17,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  December  26,  1863;  wounded  in 
action,  May  10,  1864^  at  Spotsyivania,  Va. ; 
transferred  to  Company  C,  November  19, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  December  17,  1864;  wounded 
in  action,  April  2,  1865,  in  front  of 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  5,  1865 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  27, 
1865,  in  defenses  of  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 15,  1864,  with  rank  from  September 
19,  1864,  vice  Alonzo  Howland,  promoted ; 
First  Lieutenant,  April  22,  1865,  with  rank 
from  March  25,  1865,  vice  S.  H.  Pierce, 
killed  in  action. 

MONROE,  JAMES  A.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled September  24,  1861,  at  Schuyler- 
ville  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  October  17,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  May  17,  1863; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  December  26, 
1863;  wounded  in  action,  May  10,  1864, 
at  Spotsyivania,  Va. ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany E,  November  19,  1864;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  December  17,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  27, 
1865,  in  defenses  of  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  November 
15,  1864,  with  rank  from  September  19, 
1864,  vice  D.  A.  Thompson,  promoted; 


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Captain,  not  mustered,  July  6,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  i,  1865,  vice  C.  E. 
Stevens,  promoted. 

NELSON,  ROBERT  E.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled October  8,  1861,  at  Ballston  Spa  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  B,  October  14,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  February  15,  1863;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  December  26,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  September  8,  1864;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  to  date  July  26,  1864 ; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  January  i, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
27,  1865,  in  defenses  of  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May 
25,  1864,  with  rank  from,  May  23,  1864, 
vice  William  H.  Mann,  not  mustered; 
First  Lieutenant,  August  30,  1864,  with 
rank  from  July  26,  1864,  vice  C.  E. 
Stevens,  promoted. 

NORTON,  FRANKLIN,  age  27  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  I, 
October  15,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  August 
18,  1862,  at  Stafford  Court  House,  Va., 
for  promotion  to  Lieutenant-Colonel,  I23d 
Infantry;  commissioned  Captain,  Novem- 
ber 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  23, 
1861,  original. 

OAKLEY,  SUMNER,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled August  ii,  1862,  at  Saratoga  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  K,  September  17,  1862; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  December  8, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  November  19,  1864;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  January  9,  1865;  killed 
in  action,  March  25,  1865,  at  Fort  Stead- 
man,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, September  16,  1864,  with  rank 
from  August  25,  1864,  vice  W.  W. 

•  Worden,  promoted;  Captain,  January  20, 
1865,  with  rank  from  January  9,  1865,  vice 
J.  W.  Belding,  died  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

OGILVEY,  HENRY;  commissioned,  de- 
clined, not  mustered,  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  July  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  21,  1862,  vice  L.  E.  Shurtliff, 
resigned. 

ORR,  GEORGE  S.,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
September  26,  1861,  at  Gansevoort  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  November  23,  1861 ; 


as  Captain,  Company  A,  April  3,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  October  19,  1864,  at 
Cedar  Creek,  Va, ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany D,  November  19,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  company,  December  13,  1864,  at  Sara- 
toga Springs,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  23,  1861,  original ;  Cap- 
tain, April  25,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  3,  1862,  vice  R.  W.  Arnold,  resigned. 

PATTERSON,  EMMETT  J.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  27,  1861,  at  Saratoga 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  November  23,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  C,  January  18, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  May  n,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  F,  October  31,  1862;  discharged, 
December  18,  1862 ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  n,  1862,  vice  A.  Denison,  pro- 
moted. 

PATTERSON,  JOHN,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  September  24,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  April  19,  1862;  discharged, 
September  8,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  23,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  April  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  i,  1862,  vice  L.  M.  Wheeler,  pro- 
moted. 

PERRY,  JOHN  L.,  age  47  years;  enrolled 
October  8,  1861,  at  Saratoga  Springs  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, November  23,  1861 ;  discharged, 
January  30,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  2d 
Veteran  Cavalry;  commissioned  Surgeon, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 23,  1861,  original. 

PIERCE,  STEPHEN  H.,  age  34  years ;  en- 
rolled August  21,  1862,  at  Saratoga  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  September  18,  1862;  promoted 
Corporal,  December  27,  1862;  returned  to 
ranks  of  Company  A,  November  19,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 17,  1864;  killed  in  action,  March  25, 
1865,  before  Petersburg,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  15, 
1864,  with  rank  from  September  19,  1864, 
vice  J.  W.  Belding,  promoted. 

QUACKENBUSH,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  August  12,  1862,  at  Still- 


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water  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  A,  September  22, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  B,  March 
18,  1863;  promoted  Corporal,  May  6,  1864; 
Sergeant,  September  24,  1864;  transferred 
to  Company  E,  November  19,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  March  28,  1865 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  27,  1865,  m  defenses 
of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned 
'Second  Lieutenant,  February  18,  1865, 
with  rank  from  January  10,  1865,  vice 
T.  S.  Harris,  promoted. 

REED,  ALBERT  J.,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
September  16,  1861,  at  Ballston  Spa  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  October  i,  1861 ;  promoted 
Corporal  in  May  or  June,  1862;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  December  26,  1863 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  May  6,  1864;  wounded  in  action, 
October  19,  1864,  at  Martinsburg,  Va. ; 
transferred  to  Company  E,  November  19, 
1864 ;  mustered  out,  June  16,  1865,  at  Balti- 
more, Md. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  6,  1865,  with  rank 
from  January  i,  1865,  vice  W.  Caw,  pro- 
moted. 

REESHAM,  STEPHEN,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled September  28,  1861,  at  Gloversville 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  K,  October  4,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  March  or  April, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  H,  October 
31,  1862;  to  Company  K,  May  3,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  June 
18,  1863;  dismissed,  October  8,  1863;  again 
enrolled,  December  28,  1863;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  fi,  January  5,  1864 ; 
promoted  Corporal,  no  date;  transferred 
to  Company  E,  November  19,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  27,  1865,  in 
defenses  of  Washington,  D'.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  8,  1863, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1863,  vice  R.  H. 
Skinner,  resigned. 

RICE,  CALVIN  A.,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
September  26,  1861,  at  Gan&evoort  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  November  10,  1861 ;  dismissed, 
October  4,  1862;  subsequently  honorably 
discharged,  to  date  January  8,  1863,  pur- 
suant to  a  special  act  of  Congress ;  subse- 
quent service  in  I44th  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  November  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  30,  1861,  original. 


RICH,  CYRUS  F.,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
August  6,  1862,  at  Saratoga  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  September  6,  1862;  dis- 
charged, November  30,  1862 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  9, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  16,  1862, 
vice  D.  J.  Caw,  promoted. 

ROCKWELL,  JOHN  R,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled August  6,  1862,  at  Saratoga  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  September  6,  1862 ;  discharged  for 
disability,  October  2,  1863;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  9,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  6,  1862,  vice  N.  S.  Babcock, 
promoted. 

ROSS,  GEORGE  M.,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
September  26,  1861,  at  Fortsville  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  November  23,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  April  16,  1862 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  October  5, 
1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  January  5,  1863 ; 
wounded  in  action,  May  12,  1864,  at 
Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
to  date  August  25,  1864;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, September  19,  1864,  at  Opequon,  Va. ; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  December  28, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
27,  1865,  in  defenses  of  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  22,  1863,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 4,  1862,  vice  O.  P.  Rugg,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  January  5,  1863,  vice  E.  S. 
Armstrong,  discharged ;  Captain,  Septem- 
ber 16,  1864,  with  rank  from  August  25, 
1864,  vice  O.  P.  Rugg,  killed  in  action. 

ROWE,  CARLOS,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
October  i,  1861,  at  Keeseville  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  I,  October  4,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  June  i,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
July  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  25,  1863 ;  captured  in  ac- 
tion and  escaped  in  May,  1864;  mustered 
out  with  company,  December  13,  1864,  at 
Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  9,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  25,  1863,  vice  J.  W. 
Belding,  promoted. 

ROWLAND,  HENRY  C.,  age  33  years ;  en- 
rolled September  27,  1861,  at  Saratoga  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  December  21,  1861 ; 


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as  First  Lieutenant,  December  25,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  May  6,  1864,  at  the 
Wilderness,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, December  13,  1864,  at  Saratoga 
Springs,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  22,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  25,  1862,  vice  W.  B.  Carpenter, 
promoted. 

RUGG,  ORRIN  P.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
September  26,  1861,  at  Saratoga  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  November  23,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  15,  1862;  as  Cap- 
tain, October  5,  1862 ;  killed  in  action, 
May  12,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  25, 
1862,  with  rank  from  April  15,  1862,  vice 
W.  K.  Young,  resigned ;  Captain,  Decem- 
ber 10,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  4, 
1862,  vice  C.  A.  Rice,  dismissed. 

SHURTLIFF,  LUCIUS  E.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  November  15,  1861,  at  Galway  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  November  22, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  November  23,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, June  21,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  23,  1861, 
original.-  First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  23,  1861,  original. 

SKINNER,  ROBERT  H.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Wyo  Mills,  Md.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany D,  November  7,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, same  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  5,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md. ;  discharged,  March  12,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  September  23, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  31,  1862,  vice 
C.  H.  Fodow,  resigned. 

SMITH,  FREDERICK,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled September  13,  1861,  at  Ball-ston  Spa 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  October  i,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  July  24,  1862 ;  as  Captain, 
June  18,  1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  May  6, 
1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  dismissed, 
September  I,  1864;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  September  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  24,  1862,  vice  N.  G.  Hammond, 
resigned;  Captain,  June  8,  1863,  with  rank 


from  May  31,  1863,  vice  S.  S.  Horton, 
discharged. 

STEBBINS,  JEREMIAH,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled September  21,  1861,  at  Jonesville  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  October  12,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  February  28, 
1863;  transferred  to  Company  D,  Decem- 
ber 9,  1863;  captured  in  action,  May  10, 
1864,  at  Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va. ; 
paroled,  March  i,  1865;  discharged,  March 
16,  1865 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  9,  1863,  with  rank  from  February  27, 

1863,  vice  D.  A.  Thompson,   promoted. 
STEVENS,   CHARLES   E.,  age  23  years; 

enrolled  September  16,  1861,  at  Westport 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  October  I,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  8,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  December  26,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  D,  July  26,  1864;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  November  19,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  27,  1865, 
in  defenses  of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  21, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  8,  1862, 
vice  J.  H.  Farnsworth,  resigned ;  First 
Lieutenant,  January  22,  1863,  with  rank 
from  December  26,  1862,  vice  S.  S.  Hast- 
ings, resigned;  Captain,  September  16, 

1864,  with  rank  from  July  26,   1864,  vice 
S.    W.    Deyoe,    discharged;    Major,    not 
mustered,   July  6,    1865,  with   rank   from 
January   I,    1865,   vice   I.    D.   Clapp,   pro- 
moted. 

STEVENS,  GEORGE  T.,  age  29  years ;  en- 
rolled October  8,  1861,  at  Saratoga  Springs 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  November  23,  1861 ; 
dismissed,  November  n,  1862;  dismissal 
revoked,  January  23,  1863 ;  mustered  in  as 
Surgeon,  February  16,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  December  13,  1864,  at  Sara- 
toga Springs,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  November  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  23,  1861,  original ; 
Surgeon,  February  27,  1863,  with  rank 
from  February  6,  1863,  vice  A.  Campbell, 
resigned. 

STORY,  GEORGE  D.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled September  14,  1861,  at  Malta  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October  i,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  January  30,  1862;  dis- 


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charged,  May  31,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  23,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  March  21, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  30,  1862, 
vice  N.  H.  Brown,  promoted. 

TABER,  WILLIAM  J.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  Springs,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany H,  October  15,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, May  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  18,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  May  12,  1864,  at 
Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  killed  in  action,  Oc- 
tober 19,  1864,  at  Cedar  Creek,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  June  8,  1863, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1863,  vice  W.  H. 
Fursman,  appointed  Adjutant. 

THOMAS,  FRANK,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  C,  Sep- 
tember 24,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
March  29,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  November  30, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
February  28,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
May  10,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged for  disability  from  wounds, 
August  10,  1864;  Captain,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  22,  1863,  with  rank 
from  November  30,  1862,  vice  C.  F.  Rich, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  28,  1863,  vice 
D.  J.  Caw,  promoted. 

THOMAS,  GILBERT  F.,  age  18  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company  C, 
September  24,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
June  i,  1862;  First  Sergeant,  November 
30,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, February  22,  1863;  acting  as  Adju- 
tant, no  date;  killed  in  action,  October 
19,  1864,  near  Middletown,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  9,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  22,  1863,  vice 
L.  Van  Demark,  promoted. 

THOMPSON,  DAVID  A.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  September  24,  1861,  at  Stillwater 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  October  12,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  February  28,  1863;  as 
Captain,  September  19,  1864;  wounded  in 


action,  October  19,  1864,  at  Cedar  Creek, 
Va. ;  transferred  to  Company  E,  Novem- 
ber 19,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  27,  1865,  in  defenses  of  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  22,  1863,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 18,  1862,  vice  E,  J.  Patterson,  re- 
signed; First  Lieutenant,  May  9,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  27,  1863,,  vice 
A.  Denison,  died  of  wounds  received  in 
action;  Captain,  November  15,  1864,  with 
rank  from  September  19,  1864,  vice  E.  W. 
Winnie,  dismissed. 

THOMPSON,  JUSTIN  G.,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  49th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  Novem- 
ber 17,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,1 
December  13,  1864,  at  Saratoga  Springs, 
N.  Y. ;  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, December  21,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  June  27,  1865,  in  defenses 
of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  see  9th  Cavalry; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Novem- 
ber 17,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 
G.  T.  Stevens,  dismissed;  Surgeon,  De- 
cember 17,  1864,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 16,  1864,  vice  G.  T.  Stevens,  mustered 
out. 

THURBER,  CHARLES  D.,  age  17  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Saratoga  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  3Oth  Infantry,  March  i, 
1861;  discharged  for  disability,  July  23, 
1861 ;  enrolled  August  28,  1862,  at  Sara- 
toga to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  E,  this  regiment,  Octo- 
ber 8,  1862;  promoted  Corporal,  Novem- 
ber i,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  D, 
February  13,  1863 ;  wounded  and  captured 
in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at  Frederickstmrg, 
Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  at  Camp  Parole, 
Md,  May  7,  1863;  promoted  Quarter- 
master-Sergeant, December  17,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  January  9,  1865;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  February  16, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
27,  1865,  in  defenses  of  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
Captain,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
20,  1865,  with  rank  from  January  9,  1865, 
vice  S.  Oakley,  promoted ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Quartermaster,  February  18,  1865, 
with  rank  from  December  13,  1864,  vice 
J.  F.  Hayward,  mustered  out. 


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TULLY,  DAVID,  age  42  years;  enrolled 
at  Saratoga  Springs  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  November 
23,  1861 ;  discharged,  July  7,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned Chaplain,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  23,  1861, 
original. 

VAN  DEMARK,  LAWRENCE,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  at  Stillwater  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  September  6,  1862;  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  September  8,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  May  17,  1863;  appointed 
Adjutant,  February  13,  1864;  discharged 
for  disability,  to  date  September  30,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
17,  1863,  with  rank  from  September  8, 

1862,  vice  E.  W.  Winnie,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,   May  9,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February   22,    1863,   vice    E.   W.    Winnie, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
February  23,   1864,   with  rank  from   Feb- 
ruary 13,  1864,  vice  W.  H.  Fursman,  re- 
signed. 

VAN  DERWERKER,  LEWIS  F.,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  at  Wilton  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  September  24,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  November  23,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
A,  December  26,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  D,  April  — ,  1863;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  November  15,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  October  19,  1864,  at 
Cedar  Creek,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  December  13,  1864,  at  Saratoga, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  22,  1863,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 26,  1862,  vice  C.  E.  Stevens,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  November  g, 

1863,  with  rank  from  October  2,  1863,  vice 
J.  H.  Loveland,  promoted. 

WARDEN,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  East  Line  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  asi  Sergeant,  Company 
C,  September  24,  1861 ;  returned  to  ranks, 
no  date ;  promoted  Sergeant,  March  18, 
1863;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  November  23,  1863 ;  wounded 
in  action,  May  6,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness, 
and  September  19,  1864,  at  Winchester, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  October  20,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  December  13,  1864,  at 


Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  9,  1863, 
with  rank  from  October  24,  1863;,  vice  S. 
Reesham,  dismissed;  First  Lieutenant, 
September  16,  1864^  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 25,  1864,  vice  G.  M.  Rosa,  promoted. 
WHEELER,  LUTHER  M.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  Saratoga  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  September  24,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, April  2,  1862;  killed  in  action,  May 
3,  1863,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  27, 

1861,  with  rank  from  September  26,  1861, 
original;    Captain,    April     19,    1862,    with 
rank  from  April  i,  1862,  vice  B.  F.  Jud- 
son,  resigned. 

WHITE,  JESSE,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
at  Waterford  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
F,  October  12,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  July  17, 
1862;  discharged  for  disability,  February 
22,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
November  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 12,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Septem- 
ber 23,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  16, 

1862,  vice  J.  B.  Andrews,  resigned. 
WHITE,  THOMAS  M.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Saratoga  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  30th  Infantry,  June  I,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged   for    disability,    March    10,    1862; 
again   enrolled  August  31,   1862,  at  Sara- 
toga to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  C,  this  regiment,   Sep- 
tember  18,    1862;   promoted  Commissary- 
Sergeant,  February  28,  1863;  mustered  in 
as   Second  Lieutenant,   Company  E,   Feb- 
ruary 20,    1865 ;   as   First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,   June    15,    1865;    mustered    out 
with  regiment,  June  27,   1865,  in  defenses 
of    Washington,     D.     C. ;     commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,    February     18,     1865, 
with    rank    from    January    10,    1865,   vice 
C.  D.  Thurber,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant   and    Adjutant,    May    31,    1865,    with 
rank   from    March  23,    1865,   vice   C.    H. 
Davis,    promoted. 

WINNIE,  EDWARD  W.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  October  17,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, March  29,  1862;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, September  8,  1862;  as  Captain,  Com- 


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pany  F,  May  17,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
May  6,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  dis- 
missed, August  15,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  19,  1862,  with 
'rank  from  April  i,  1862,  vice  John  Patter- 
son, promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  January 
22,  1863,  with  rank  from  September  8, 
1862,  vice  J.  Patterson,  resigned;  Captain, 
May  9,  1863,  with  rank  from  February 
22,  1863,  vice  J.  White,  discharged. 

WOOD,  LEWIS,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
September  27,  1861,  at  Saratoga  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  November  23,  1861 ;  dis- 
missed, October  4,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  November  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  i,  1861,  original. 

WRIGHT,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  28,  1861,  at  Glovers- 
ville  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  K,  October  4,  1861 ; 


transferred  to  Company  F,  October  31, 
1862;  promoted  Sergeant,  June  17,  1863; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  December  26, 
1863;  wounded  in  action,  May  10,  1864, 
at  Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany E,  November  19,  1864;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  December  17,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  27,  1865, 
in  defenses  of  Washington,  D.  C. ;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
April  i,  1865,  vice  T.  M.  White,  promoted. 
YOUNG,  WILLIAM  K.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  Saratoga  Springs  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  November  27,  1861 ; 
discharged,  April  15,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  27,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  26,  1861,  vice 
L.  E.  Shurtliff,  promoted. 


SEVENTY-EIGHTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Seventy-eighth  Highlanders ;  Lochiel  Cameron  Highlanders ;  First  Regiment, 

Eagle  Brigade. 

This  regiment  was  organized  in  New  York  city  April  26,  1862',  by  the  consolidation  of 
the  men  enlisted  by  Col.  Samuel  McK.  Elliott  since  April,  1862,  for  the  Lochiel  Cameron 
Highlanders,  the  original  78th  Regiment,  and  of  those  enlisted  by  Gen.  Gustavus  A.  Scroggs 
for  his,  or  part  of  the,  4th  Regiment,  Eagle  Brigade,  with  the  men  enlisted  by  Col.  Daniel 
Uilman  for  the  ist  Regiment,  Eagle  Brigade,  with  the  latter  as  Colonel.  It  was  mustered 
in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years  between  October  I,  1861,  and  April 
12,  1862. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally:  A,  B  and  C  in  New  York  city;  D  in  Utica ; 
E  in  Buffalo;  F  at  Bath;  G  at  China;  H  at  Rochester;  I  at  Suspension  Bridge,  and  K  in 
Michigan. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  April  29,  1862;  served  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  at  Harper's 
Ferry,  W.  Va.,  from  May  25,  1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  Sigel's  Division,  Department  Shenandoah, 
from  June  16,  1862 ;  in  3d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia,  from  June  26, 
1862;  in  same  brigade  and  division,  I2th  Corps,  from  September  12,  1862;  in  same  brigade 
and  division,  2Oth  Corps,  Army  of  the  Cumberland,  from  April  20,  1864;  and  it  was  trans- 
ferred, under  Col.  Herbert  Hammerstein,  July  12,  1864,  to  the  iO2d  Infantry. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  2  officers,  39  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  16  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
i  officer,  75  enlisted  men;  total,  4  officers,  130  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  134;  of  whom  4 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

fi 

H 
9 

i 

o 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Charlestown   W  Va  

1862. 
May          28 

28-30 
Aug.           9 
Aug.     1  6- 
Sept.    2 
Aug.  23-24 
Sept.           i 
i? 
Oct.            6 
Nov.           9 
Dec.             i 

2 

i 

22 

i 
34 

1 

j 

i 
6 

1 

8 

i 

I 

17 

Hillsboro   Va      

1863. 
May       1-3 
July        1-3 

I 

20 

6 

8 
3 

3 

I 

40 
18 

2 
I 

57 

i 

131 
3° 

2 

Wauhatchie    Tenn              

Oct.    28-29 

Chattanooga  and  Rossville  Campaign,  Tenn  

Nov.  23—27 
24 
25 
27 
1864. 
May     3- 
July  12 
May            9 
14-15 
May    25- 
June    4 
June     9- 
July     2 
June  14-15 
16-17 

22 

27 

Mill  Creek  Gap      

I 

16 
10 

3 

250 

Dallas                           

I 

Kenesaw  Mountain  

4 

I 

I 

4 

Pine  Mountain  

Golgotha  

3 

The  Assault  

Loss  on  detached  service  and  other  minor  affairs 
Total  loss  

2 

39 

i 

16 

7 

114 

3 

78 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

DANIEL  ULLMAN,  from  April  28, 
1862,  to  January  29,  1863. 

HERBERT  HAMMERSTEIN,  from  Janu- 
ary i  to  July  12,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
JONATHAN  AUSTIN,  from  April  18,  1862, 

to  January  13,  1863. 
HENRY  C.  BLANCHARD,  from  January  7 

to  April  12,  1863. 
HENRY  R.  STAGG,  from  April  13  to  May 

12,  1863. 
HERBERT  HAMMERSTEIN,   from  June 

16,  1863,  to  January  i,  1864. 
HARVEY  S.  CHATFIELD,  from  February 

2  to  July  12,  1864. 

Majors. 

HENRY  C.  BLANCHARD,  from  April  24, 

1862,  to  January  7,  1863. 

HENRY  R.  STAGG,  from  February  13  to 

April  13,  1863. 
WILLIAM  H.  RANDALL,  from  April  13, 

1863,  to  March  25,  1864. 


Adjutants. 

WASHINGTON  M.  PO'STLEY,  from  Oc- 
tober 26,  1861,  to  April  i,  1862,  and  from 
May  17,  1862,  to  July  18,  1863. 

HENRY  P.  HERRING,  from  December  7, 
1863,  to  January  26,  1864. 

DANIEL  L.  CASE,  JR.,  from  February  15 
to  July  12,  1864. 

Quartermasters. 

JOHN  L.  BAILLIE,  from  October  24,  1861, 
to  April  i,  1862. 

AMOS  S.  CURRIER,  from  April  28,  1862, 
to  April  4,  1863. 

BENJAMIN  RAY  PHELAN,  from  Decem- 
ber 5,  1863,  to  July  12,  1864. 

Surgeons. 
SAMUEL  R.  ELLIOTT,  from  October  24, 

1861,  to  April  i,  1862. 

ELDRED    P.    GRAY,    from    February    14, 

1862,  to  June  9,  1863. 

WINFIELD  S.  FULLER,  from  July  2,  1863, 
to  July  12,  1864. 


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Assistant  Surgeons. 

ALEXANDER  C.  CASTLE,  from  Septem- 
ber I,  1861,  to  April  i,  1862. 

ANDREW  F.  SHELDON,  from  April  18  to 
October  23,  1862. 

HENRY  L.  DAY,  from  October  14  to  De- 
cember 17,  1862. 

WINFIELD  S.  FULLER,  from  February  20 
to  July  2,  1863. 

EBENEZER  DAY,  from  September  8,  1863, 
to  July  12,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
BILLOPP  R.  KEEFLER,  from  December 

30,  1861,  to  April  4,  1863. 
HARVEY  S.  CHATFIELD,  from  Septem- 
ber 5  to  October  20,  1863. 
DAVID  ELLIS,  from  October  20,  1863,  to 
July  12,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JAMES   M.   H.   ALLEN,    from   April   25, 

1862,  to  February  22,  1863. 

DAVID  LIZAR,  from  October  16,  1863,  to 
July  12,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  TUCKER,  from  January  II,  1862, 

to  April  i,  1863, 
DAVID  ELLIS,  from  January  8  to  July  29, 

1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
NORMAN  M.  MULLEY,  from  November 

23,  1861,  to  May  28,  1862. 
HENRY  R.  STAGG,  from  May  28,  1862,  to 

February  13,  1863. 
WESLEY    McGREGOR,    from   July  4   to 

August  10,  1863. 
HARVEY  S.  CHATFIELD,  from  October 

20,  1863,  to  February  2,  1864, 

First  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE   BISHOP,    from   November    13, 

1861,  to  January  7,  1863. 
WESLEY  McGREGOR,  from  March  5  to 

July  4,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  B.  EVANS,  from  April  26,  1862, 

to  January  7,  1863. 
CHARLES    MOONEY,    from   October  23, 

1863,  to  July  12,  1864. 


OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captain: 

SAMUEL  B.  JONES,  from  January  2,  1862, 
to  February  26,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
SAMUEL  BERGH,  April  26,  1862. 
BENJAMIN  F.  CURRIER,  from  April  28 

to  October  25,  1862. 
ADOLPH  VON  BRANDES,  from  October 

29,  1863,  to  July  12,  1864, 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  F.  TALMAN,  from  April  28, 
1862,  to  April  i,  1863. 

CHRISTOPHER  BELLINGER,  from  Feb- 
ruary —  to  March  11,  1863. 

HENRY  P.  HERRING,  from  September  27 
to  December  7,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM  H.  REYNOLDS,  from  January 

24,  1862,  to  May  4,  1863. 
FRANK  R.   MOTT,  from  February  12  to 
June  20,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

PIERSON  B.  PETERSON,  from  January 
24  to  October  27,  1862. 

DAVID  JONES,  from  October  27,  1862,  to 
February  24,  1863. 

BENJAMIN  RAY  PHELAN,  from  Sep- 
tember ii  to  December  5,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

DAVID  JONES,  from  January  24  to  Oc- 
tober 27,  1862. 

REINHARDT  SCHNEIDER,  from  Febru- 
ary 24  to  September  21,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM  H.  RANDALL,  from  February 

21,  1862,  to  April  13,  1863. 
LEVI  METZ,  from  July  28,  1863,  to  July  12, 
1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
LEVI  METZ,   from  February  28,  1862,  to 

TOBIAS  BERRY,  from  September  5,  1863, 
to  July  12,  1864. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN    BLOCHER,    from   February   21    to 

October  26,  1862. 
TOBIAS  BERRY,  from  October  27,  1862,  to 

September  5,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
JONATHAN  AUSTIN,  from  March  18  to 

April  18,  1862. 
CORNELIUS  F.   MOWERS,   from  March 

20,  1862,  to  February  21,  1863. 
DAVID  JONES,  from  February  24  to  Sep- 
tember 25,  1863. 

First  Lieutenant: 

GEORGE  H.  HARDENBRQOK,  from 
March  20  to  December  20,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HENRY  HARRISON  WELLS,  December 

i,  1862. 
WILLIAM    WRIGHT,    from    January    i, 

1863,  to  July  12,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
ALBAN  B.  BOTSFORD,  from  March  24, 

1862,  to  March  2,  1863. 
DAVID  ELLIS,  from  July  29  to  October  20, 
1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HIRAM  W.  JACKSON,  from  March  24  to 

December  i,  1862. 
ALBERT  ALLEN,  from  December  2,  1862, 

to  February  25,  1863. 

LEVI  METZ,  from  to  July  28,  1863. 

WILLIAM  J.  CRAMMOND,  from  March  I 

to  July  12,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  W.  JACKSON,  from  April  23  to 
November  14,  1862. 

JOSEPH  S.  A.  JUDSON,  from  February  24 
to  May  21,  1863. 

THEODORE  D.  CORNELL,  from  Septem- 
ber 21,  1863,  to  July  12,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captain: 

WILLIAM  N.  HALL,  from  March  25,  1862, 
to  July  12,   1864. 
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First  Lieutenants: 

CYRENUS  HALL,   from  April   11   to  Oc- 
tober 24,  1862. 
HENRY  R.  RANDALL,  from  October  24, 

1862,  to  April  20,  1863. 

WILLIAM  J.  CRAMMOND,  from  July  29, 

1863,  to  March  i,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  R.  RANDALL,  from  April  12  to 

October  24,  1862. 
WILLIAM  J.  CRAMMOND,  from  March 

22  to  July  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

PETER  M.  J.  MITCHELL,  from  April  12 

to  September  17,  1862. 
JAMES  W.  STAPLES,  from  September  17, 

1862,  to  April  10,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  F.  PIERCE,  from  April  n  to  June 
23,  1862. 

MYRON  E.  DUNLAP,  from  June  24  to 
December  6,  1862. 

REINHARDT  SCHNEIDER,  from  Sep- 
tember 21,  1863,  to  July  12,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
MYRON  E.   DUNLAP,   from  April   II   to 

June  24,  1862. 
CHARLES  M.  CROWLE,  from  November 

22,  1862,  to  January  24,  1863. 
CHARLES  A.  COURTER,  from  April  4  to 

May  3,  1863. 
JOHN  KNOX,  from  September  21,  1863,  to 

July  12,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 

OLIVER  P.  CHAPPELL,  from  April  26, 

1862,  to  July  29,  1863. 
OSCAR  J.  SPAULDING,  from  September 

21,  1863,  to  July  12,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WESLEY  McGREGOR,  from  April  28, 
1862,  to  March  5,  1863. 

ALBERT  ROWLAND  GREEN,  from  Sep- 
tember u,  1863,  to  July  18,  1864. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 
WINSLOW    H.    HATCH,    from   April    28 

to  October  9,  1862. 
OSCAR  J.  SPAULDING,  from  October  12, 

1862,  to  September  21,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

CHALMERS,  WILLIAM,  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

BUCKLEY,  JOHN  W.,  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon. 

TUCKER,  GEORGE,  as  Captain. 

TALMAN,  ROBERT  R,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

TUCKER,  GEORGE,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

ALLEN,  AUGUSTUS  H.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

CARMAN,  IRVINE,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

CHAPIN,  GRAHAM  H.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

DAVIDSON,  WILLIAM  N.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

DUTCHER,  GILBERT  J.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

GRAFF,  FREDERICK,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

MOTT,  SHERIDAN  E.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

LOCHIEL  CAMERON  HIGHLANDERS. 

Officer    who    was    not    Transferred    to    the 
7&th  Infantry. 

Colonel. 

SAMUEL  McKENZIE  ELLIOTT,  from 
October  24,  1861,  to  . 

FOURTH  REGIMENT,  EAGLE  BRIGADE. 

Officer   who    was    not    Transferred    to    the 
78th  Infantry. 

Colonel. 
GUSTAVUS  A.  SCROGGS,  no  dates. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ALLEN,  ALBERT,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
October  12,  1861,  at  Ogdensburgh  to  serve 
three'  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  January  8,  1862;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  July  13,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  December  2,  1862 ; 


mustered  out,  February  25,  1863,  for  pro- 
motion to  Captain  in  U.  S.  Colored 
Troops;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember i,  1862,  vice  H.  W.  Jackson,  re- 
signed. 

ALLEN,  AUGUSTUS  H.,  age 22  years;  en- 
rolled November  8,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  March  19,  1862;  de- 
serted subsequent  to  January  17,  1863, 
at  Fairfax  Station,  Va. ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
16,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  7,  1863, 
vice  W.  B.  Evans,  resigned. 

ALLEN,  JAMES  M.  H.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled December  17,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  April  25, 
1862;  captured,  August  27,  1862;  paroled, 
no  date ;  dismissed,  February  22,  1863 ;  see 
87lh  Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 30,  1861,  original. 

AUSTIN,  JONATHAN,  age  32  years ;  en- 
rolled February  n,  1862,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  March  18,  1862;  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, April  18,  1862;  discharged, 
January  13,  1863 ;  commissioned  Captain, 
November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  March 
18,  1862,  original ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  June 
26,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  18,  1862, 
original. 

BAILLIE,  JOHN  L.,  age  38  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  October  24,  1861 ;  mustered 
out,  April  i,  1862,  at  New  York  city;  not 
commissioned. 

BELLINGER,  CHRISTOPHER,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  November  18,  1861 ;  promoted 
Commissary-Sergeant,  November  20,  1861 ; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  February 
— ,  1863;  discharged,  March  n,  1863,  for 
promotion  to  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster  in  U.  S.  Colored  Troops ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  October  23, 
1862,  vice  R.  F.  Talman,  promoted. 

BERGH,  SAMUEL,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
December  15,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 


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Lieutenant,  Company  C,  April  26,  1862; 
no  further  record;  not  commissioned. 

BERRY,  TOBIAS,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
at  Clarence  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  E, 
November  n,  i'86i ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, August  18,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  27,  1862; 
wounded  and  captured  in  action,  May  3, 
1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  to  date  September 
5,  1863;  paroled,  no  date;  rejoined,  June 
15,  1864;  mustered  out,  July  12,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
26,  1863,  with  rank  from  October  27,  1862, 
vice  J.  Blocher,  resigned ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, September  5,  1863,  with  rank  from 
July  29,  1863,  vice  L.  Metz,  promoted. 

BISHOP,  GEORGE,  age  39  years;  enrolled 
October  21,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  November  13, 
1861 ;  discharged,  January  7,  1863 ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  November  13,  1861, 
original. 

BLANCHARD,  HENRY  C.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  February  26,  1862,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Major, 
April  24,  1862 ;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
January  7,  1863;  discharged,  April  12, 
1863:  commissioned  Major,  December  27, 

1862,  with  rank  from  April  24,  1862,  orig- 
inal ;      Lieutenant-Colonel,      February      5, 

1863,  with    rank    from    January   13,    1863, 
vice  J.    Austin,   resigned: 

BLOCHER,  JOHN,  age  36  years;  enrolled 
October  24,  1861,  at  Amherst  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  November  26,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  21,  1862;  discharged 
for  disability,  October  26,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  February  21,  1862, 
original. 

BOTSFORD,  ALBAN  B.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  October  17,  1861,  at  China  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  March  24,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  March  2,  1863,  for  promotion 
to  Colonel  in  U.  S.  Colored  Troops ;  com- 
missioned Captain,  June  10,  1862,  with 
rank  from  March  24,  1862,  original. 

BUCKLEY,  JOHN  W. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Assistant  Surgeon,  December 


22,  1862,  with  rank  from  December  19, 
1862,  vice  A.  F.  Sheldon,  resigned. 

CARMAN,  IRVINE,  age  21  years ;  enrolled 
February  5,  1862,  at  Schoolcraft,  Mich., 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  K,  May  9,  1862 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  May  n,  1862;  Sergeant,  No- 
vember I,  1862;  First  Sergeant,  Company 
F,  June  20,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
February  16,  1864;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany F,  I02d  Infantry,  July  12,  1864;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  9,  1863,  with  rank  from 
October  16,  1863,  vice  H.  P.  Herring, 
promoted. 

CASE,  JR.,  DANIEL  L.,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as,  Adjutant,  Feb- 
ruary 15,  1864;  transferred  to  iO2d  Infan- 
try, July  12,  1864;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  February  10, 
1864,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  H.  P. 
Herring,  resigned. 

CASTLE,  ALEXANDER  C,  age  46  years ; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  appointed  Assistant  Surgeon, 
September  I,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  May  17, 

1862,  to  date  April  i,  1862,  at  New  York 
city;  not  commissioned. 

CHALMERS,  WILLIAM,  late  Captain,  yzd 
Infantry;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
declined,  Lieutenant-Colonel,  this  regi- 
ment, September  5,  1863,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  H.  Hammerstein,  pro- 
moted. 

CHAPIN,  GRAHAM  H.,  Private,  82d  In- 
fantry; commissioned,  not  mustered,  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  this  regiment,  April  8, 

1863,  with    rank   of    same   date,    vice    C. 
Bellinger,  discharged. 

CHAPPELL,  OLIVER  P.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  April  i,  1862,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  K,  April  26,  1862;  dis- 
charged, July  29,  1863;  commissioned 
Captain,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  26,  1862,  original. 

CHATFIELD,  HARVEY  S.,  late  Captain, 
43d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  this  regiment,  September  5, 
1863;  transferred  to  Company  B,  October 
20,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  February  2,  1864;  transferred  to 
iO2d  Infantry,  July  12,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank 


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from  August  i,  1863,  vice  B.  R.  Keefler, 
discharged ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Novem- 
ber 30,  1863,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 
W.  Chalmers,  declined. 

CORNELL,  THEODORE  D.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  February  10,  1862,  at  Sturgis, 
Mich.,  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Sergeant,  Company  K,  March  8,  1862; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  Sep- 
tember 21,  1863;  transferred  to  iO2d  In- 
fantry, July  12,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  September  5,  1863,  with 
rank  from  July  29,  1863,  vice  O.  J.  Spauld- 
ing,  promoted. 

COURTER,  CHARLES  A.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  July  21,  1862,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  G,  September  10,  1862; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  November  21, 
1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
April  4,  1863;  killed  in  action,  May  3, 
1863,  at  Chancellorsville,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  26, 
1863,  with  rank  from  January  29,  1863, 
vice  C.  M.  Crowle,  resigned. 

CRAMMO'ND,  WILLIAM  J.,  age  21  years ; 
enrolled  November  i,  1861,  at  Rochester 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  December  4,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  212, 
1863;  as  First  Lieutenant,  July  29,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  March  i, 
1864;  mustered  out,  July  12,  1864,  at 
Chattanooga,  Tenn. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  26,  1863,  with 
rank  from  March  2,  1863,  vice  H.  R.  Ran- 
dall, promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 5,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  29,  1863, 
vice  M.  E.  Dunlap,  resigned. 

CROWLE,  CHARLES  M.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  at  Buffalo  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
K,  April  19,  1862;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  November  22,  1862;  dis- 
charged, January  24,  1863 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  23,  1862,  vice  M.  E. 
Dunlap,  promoted. 

CURRIER,  AMOS  S.,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled April  4,  1862,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  April  28, 
1862 ;  discharged,  April  4,  1863 ;  not  com- 
missioned. 


CURRIER,  BENJAMIN  F.,  age  37  years; 
enrolled  March  12,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  April  28, 
1862;  discharged  for  disability,  October 
25,  1862,  at  Harpers  Ferry,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  28,  1862,  original. 

DAVIDSON,  WILLIAM  N.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  January  9,  1862;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, February  28,  1863;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  28,  1864;  died,  April 
28,  1864,  in  hospital  at  Stevenson,  Ala.; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, January  29,  1864,  with  rank  from 
January  22,  1864,  vice  R.  Schneider,  pro- 
moted. 

DAY,  EBENEZER,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
39th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  this  regiment,  September  8, 
1863;  mustered  out,  July  12,  1864,  at 
Chattanooga,  Tenn.;  subsequent  service 
in  6th  Artillery;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  July  28,  1863,  with  rank  from 
June  20,  1863,  vice  W.  S.  Fuller,  promoted. 

DAY,  HENRY  L.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
October  14,  1862;  discharged,  December 
17,  1862;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, October  4,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  23,  1862,  original. 

DUNLAP,  MYRON  E.,  age  19  years ;  en- 
rolled April  10,  1862,  at  Suspension 
Bridge  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
April  n,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  June 
34,  1862;  discharged,  December  6,  1862; 
Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  sub- 
sequent service  in  I4th  Artillery;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  April  12,  1862,  orig- 
inal ;  First  Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  23,  1862,  vice  Henry 
F.  Pierce,  resigned. 

DUTCHER,  GILBERT  J.,  Private,  isoth 
Infantry;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
declined,  Second  Lieutenant,  this  regi- 
ment, October  6,  1863,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  vice  T.  Berry,  promoted. 

ELLIOTT,  SAMUEL  McKENZIE;  au- 
thorized, as  Colonel,  October  24,  1861,  to 
recruit  a  regiment  of  infantry,  known  at 
the  time  as  the  Lochiel  Cameron  High.- 


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landers ;  April  3,  1862,  the  men  then  en- 
listed were  transferred  to  the  iO2d  Infan- 
try; organization  not  completed,  and  men 
enlisted  since  April  3,  1862,  transferred 
to  the  1st  Regiment,  Eagle  Brigade,  this 
regiment;  see  79th  Infantry. 

ELLIOTT,  SAMUEL  R.,  late  First  Lieu- 
tenant, 79th  Infantry;  appointed  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  October  24,  1861 ;  mustered 
out,  to  date  April  i,  1862,  at  New  York 
city;  subsequent  service  in  63d  Infantry; 
not  commissioned. 

ELLIS,  DAVID,  age  29  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company 
A,  January  6,  1862;  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, January  8,  1863;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  July  29,  1863;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  October  20,  1863;  mustered 
out,  July  12,  1864,  at  Chattanooga,  Tenn. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  7, 
1863,  vice  G.  Tucker,  promoted;  Captain, 
September  5,  1863,  with  rank  from  July 
29,  1863,  vice  S.  B.  Jones,  promoted  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, U.  S.  Colored  Troops. 

EVANS,  WILLIAM  B.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled October  30,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  April  26, 
1862;  discharged,  January  7,  1863;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  10, 

1862,  with  rank  from  April  26,  1862,  orig- 
inal. 

FULLER,  WINFIELD  S.,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  8th  Cavalry;  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  this  regiment,  February 
20,  1863;  as  Surgeon,  July  2,  1863;  mus- 
tered out,  July  12,  1864,  at  Chattanooga, 
Tenn. ;  see  94th  Infantry ;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  February  19,  1863,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  H.  L.  Day,  re- 
signed; Surgeon,  June  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  June  9,  1863,  vice  E.  P.  Gray,  dis- 
charged. 

GRAFF,  FREDERICK;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  October  6, 

1863,  with  rank  from  August  24,  1863,  vice 
W.  J.  Crammond,  promoted. 

GRAY,  ELDRED  P.,  age  38  years ;  enrolled 
February  13,  1862,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  Feb- 
ruary 14,  1862 ;  discharged,  June  9,  1863 ; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  July  4,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  n,  1862,  original. 


GREEN,  ALBERT  ROWLAND,  age  19 
years ;  enrolled  at  Ellis  Ford,  Va.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  September  n,  1863; 
mustered  out,  July  18,  1864,  at  Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  18,  1863,  with  rank  from 
August  10,  1863,  vice  Wesley  McGregor, 
promoted 

HALL,  CYRENUS,  age  44  years;  enrolled 
December  10,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  April  1 1,  1862;  dis- 
charged, October  24,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank 
from  April  23,  1862,  original. 

HALL,  WILLIAM  N.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled October  4,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  December  n,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, March  25,  1862;  mustered  out,  July 
12,  1864,  at  Chattanooga,  Tenn. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank 
from  March  25,  1862,  original. 

HAMMERSTEIN,  HERBERT,  late  Major 
and  Additional  Aide-de-Camp,  U.  S. 
Volunteers ;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  June  16,  1863;  as 
Colonel,  January  i,  1864;  transferred  to 
iO2d  Infantry,  July  12,  1864;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  May  30,  1863,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  H.  R.  Stagg,  re- 
signed ;  Colonel,  September  5,  1863,  with 
rank  from  July  30,  1863,  vice  D.  Ullmann, 
promoted. 

HARDENBROOK,  GEORGE  H.,  age  25 
years ;  enrolled  at  Bath  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  January  13,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, March  20,  1862 ;  discharged,  De- 
cember 20,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieu^ 
tenant,  December  30,  1862,  with  rank  from 
March  20,  1862,  original. 

HATCH,  WINSLOW  H.,  age  21  years ;  en- 
rolled February  5,  1862,  at  Michigan  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  April  28,  1862; 
discharged,  October  9,  1862 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  28,  1862,  original. 

HERRING,  HENRY  P.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled August  30,  1862,  at  Watertown  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  3d  Battalion,  Black  River 
Artillery  (subsequently  Company  K,  loth 


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Artillery),  September  7,  1862;  promoted 
Quartermaster-Sergeant,  November  21, 
1862 ;  First  Sergeant,  August  25,  1863 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  this  regiment,  September  27,  1863 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  Decemt- 
ber  7,  1863;  discharged  for  disability, 
January  26,  1864;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  5,  1863,  with  rank 
from  July  29,  1863,  vice  J.  S.  A.  Judson, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
November  9,  1863,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 16,  1863,  vice  W.  M.  Postley,  resigned. 

JACKSON,  HIRAM  W.,  age  42  years ;  en- 
rolled October  20,  1861,  at  China  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  March  24,  1862;  dis- 
charged, December  i,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank 
from  March  24,  1862,  original. 

JACKSON,  JOHN  W.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled December  3,  1861,  at  China  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  December  12,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  23,  1862;  dis- 
charged, November  14,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

JONES,  DAVID,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
October  5,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  January  24,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  October  27,  1862;  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  February  24,  1863  ;  discharged, 
September  25,  1863 ;  subsequent  service  in 
I4th  Artillery;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  23,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  24,  1862,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
October  27,  1862,  vice  P.  B.  Peterson,  died 
of  wounds  received  in  action ;  Captain, 
March  26,  1863,  with  rank  from  February 
24,  1863,  vice  C.  F.  Mowers,  resigned. 

JONES,  SAMUEL  B.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled October  21,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  C,  January  2,  1862; 
mustered  out,  February  26,  1863,  for  pro- 
motion to  Lieutenant-Colonel,  U.  S. 
Colored  Troops ;  commissioned  Captain, 
June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  2, 
1862,  original. 

JUDSON,  JOSEPH  S.  A.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  January  13,  1862,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  March  12,  1862;  promoted 


Quartermaster-Sergeant,  January  29,  1863 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  February  24,  1863 ;  discharged, 
May  21,  1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
November  21,  1862,  vice  J.  W.  Jackson, 
resigned. 

KEEFLER,  BILLOPP  R.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
September  30,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  this  regiment,  December  30, 
1861 ;  discharged  for  disability,  April  4, 
1863;  commissioned  Captain,  June  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  30,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

KNOX,  JOHN,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
February  25,  1862,  at  Suspension  Bridge 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  I,  March  5,  1862;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  May  5,  1862';  Sergeant, 
March  I,  1863;  Quartermaster-Sergeant, 
April  8,  1863 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  September  21, 
1863 ;  mustered  out,  July  12,  1864,  at 
•Chattanooga,  Tenn. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  September  5,  1863,  with 
rank  from  July  29,  1863,  vice  C.  A. 
Courter,  killed  in  action. 

LIZAR,  DAVID,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
November  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  November  n,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  May  13,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
A,  October  16,  1863;  mustered  out,  July 
12,  1864,  at  Chattanooga,  Tenn. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  9, 
1863,  with  rank  from  October  16,  1863, 
vice  B.  R.  Phelan,  appointed  Quarter- 
master. 

McGREGOR,  WESLEY,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  15,  1862,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  April  28,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  March  5, 
1863;  wounded  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at 
Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  July  4,  1863;  discharged  for  dis- 
ability, August  10,  1863 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank 


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from  April  28,  1862,  original ;  Captain, 
July  23,  1863.,  with  rank  from  May  20, 
1863,  vice  G.  Tucker,  promoted  in  U.  S. 
Colored  Troops. 

METZ,  LEVI,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
October  24,  1861,  at  Williamsville  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  October  29,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  28,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  G,  no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  E,  July  28,  1863;  wounded 
in  action,  June  15,  1864,  at  Pine  Moun- 
tain, Ga. ;  mustered  out,  July  12,  1864, 
near  Atlanta,  Ga. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  28,  1862,  original ;  Captain,  Sep- 
tember 5,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  29, 

1863,  vice  W.   H.   Randall,  promoted. 
MITCHELL,  PETER  M.  J.,  age  35  years; 

enrolled  at  Suspension  Bridge  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  I,  April  12,  1862;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, September  17,  1862,  near  Sharps- 
burgh,  Md. ;  commissioned  Captain,  June 
30,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  12,  1862, 
original. 

MOONEY,  CHARLES,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  November  26,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  February  28,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at  Chan- 
cellorsville,  Va.,  and  July  2,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  October  23,  1863; 
transferred  to  iO2d  Infantry,  July  12, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
September  5,  1863,  with  rank  from  July 
29,  1863,  vice  D1.  Ellis,  promoted. 

MOTT,  FRANK  R.,  First  Lieutenant,  In- 
dependent Corps  Light  Infantry;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  D,  thisi  regiment, 
February  12,  1864 ;  mustered  out,  June  20, 

1864,  near    Marietta,    Ga. ;    commissioned 
Captain,    February  9,    1864,   with   rank  of 
same  date,  vice  H.  S.  Chatfield,  promoted. 

MOTT,  SHERIDAN  E. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  October  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  October  16,  1863, 
vice  G.  J.  Butcher,  declined. 

MOWERS,  CORNELIUS  F,  late  First 
Lieutenant,  23d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  this  regiment, 
March  20,  1862;  captured  in  action,  Au- 
gust 9,  1862,  at  Cedar  Mountain,  Va. ; 


paroled,  no  date ;  returned  to  regiment, 
December  17,  1862;  discharged,  February 
21,  1863;  not  commissioned. 

MULLEY,  NORMAN  M.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  September  30,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  B,  November  23,  1861 ; 
discharged,  May  28,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  23,  1861,  original. 

PETERSON,  PIERSON  B.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  September  25,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  January  24,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862, 
at  Antietam,  Md. ;  died  of  his  wounds, 
October  27,  1862,  in  hospital  at  Smoke- 
town,  Md. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, June  23,  1862,  with  rank  from  Janu- 
ary 24,  1862,  original. 

PHELAN,  BENJAMIN  RAY,  age  23 
years ;  enrolled  at  Ellis  Ford,  Va.,  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  September  II, 
1863;  as  Quartermaster,  December  5, 
1863 ;  mustered  out,  July  12,  1864,  at 
Chattanooga,  Tenn. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  August  18,  1863,  with  rank 
from  August  10,  1863,  vice  H.  R.  Randall, 
discharged ;  Quartermaster,  November  9, 
1863,  with  rank  from  October  16,  1863, 
vice  A.  S.  Currier,  resigned. 

PIERCE,  HENRY  F.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  10,  1862,  at  Suspension 
Bridge  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  April  n, 
1862;  discharged,  June  23,  1862;  subse- 
quent service  in  2di  Mounted  Rifles ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  June  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  12,  1862,  original. 

POSTLEY,  WASHINGTON  M.,  age  37 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  October  26, 
1861 ;  mustered  out,  April  r,  1862 ;  again 
mustered  in  as  Adjutant,  May  17,  1862; 
discharged,  July  18,  1863;  not  commis- 
sioned Adjutant  in  1861 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  June  14, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  17,  1862, 
original. 

RANDALL,  HENRY  R.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  January  10,  1862,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  January  n,  1862;  as  Second 


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Lieutenant,  April  12,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  24,  1862;  discharged  for 
disability,  April  20,  1863;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I4th  Artillery;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  12,  1862,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  October  23,  1862,  vice  C.  Hall,  re- 
signed. 

RANDALL,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  43  years; 
enrolled  October  24,  1861,  at  Amherst  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  October  29,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
February  21,  1862;  as  Major,  April  13, 
1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  2-3,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  discharged,  March  25, 
1864;  commissioned  Captain,  June  10, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  21,  1862, 
original;  Major,  May  30,  1863,  with  rank 
from  April  12,  1863,  vice  H.  R.  Stagg, 
promoted. 

REYNOLDS,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  October  5,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  January  24,  1862;  discharged, 
May  4,  1863;  subsequent  service  in  i4th 
Artillery;  commissioned  Captain,  June  23, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  24,  1862, 
original. 

SCHNEIDER,  REINHARDT,  age  21  years  ; 
enrolled  March  19,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  C,  May  9,  1862;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  Company  D,  June  i, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  24,  1863 ;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  September  21,  1863;  mus- 
tered out,  July  12,  1864,  at  Chattanooga, 
Tenn. ;  subsequent  servke  in  2d  Artillery ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  October  27, 
1862,  vice  D.  Jones,  promoted ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, September  5,  1863,  with  rank  from 
July  29,  1863,  vice  D.  Jones,  promoted. 

SCROGGS,  GUSTAVUS  A.,  Brigadier- 
General,  State  Militia ;  authorized  to  re- 
cruit a  regiment,  known  at  the  time  as  the 
4th  Regiment,  Eagle  Brigade;  organization 

•  not  completed,  men  transferred  to  this 
regiment. 

SHELDON,  ANDREW  F.,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  7th  Cavalry;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  April  18, 
1862;  discharged,  October  23,  1862,  at 
Washington,  D.  C.,  for  appointment  as 


Assistant  Surgeon,  U.  S.  Volunteers ;  com- 
missioned   Assistant    Surgeon,    April    18, 

1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  original. 
SPAULDING,  OSCAR  J.,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled February  5,  1862,  at  Lima,  Ind.,  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  K,  May  9,  1862;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  to  date  May  i,  1862;  mustered 
in    as     Second    Lieutenant,    October     12, 
1862;    as    Captain,    September    21,    1863; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  io2d  Infantry, 
July  12,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  9,  1862,  vice  Winslow  H.  Hatch, 
resigned;  Captain,  September  5,  1863,  with 
rank  from  July  29,  1863,  vice  O.  P.  Chap- 
pell,  resigned. 

STAGG,  HENRY  R.,  age  28  years ;  enrolled 
to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  B,  May  28,  1862;  as 
Major,  February  13,  1863;  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  April  12,  1863;  discharged,  May 
12,  1863 ;  commissioned  Captain,  November 
7,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  28,  1862,  vice 
N.  M.  Mulley,  discharged ;  Major,  Feb- 
ruary 5,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  13, 

1863,  vice    H.    C.    Blanchard,    promoted; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,    May    12,    1863,    with 
rank    from    April    12,    1863,    vice    H.    C. 
Blanchard,  resigned. 

STAPLES,  JAMES  W.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled December  2,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  A,  April  24,  1862;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Ma j or,  same  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  I,  September 
17,  1862;  discharged,  April  10,  1863;  com- 
missioned Captain,  November  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  17,  1862,  vice 
P.  M.  J.  Mitchell,  killed  in  action. 

TALMAN,  ROBERT  F.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled January  20,  1862,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  April  28, 
1862;  discharged,  April  i,  1863;  subse- 
quent service  in  I4th  Artillery;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  28,  1862,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  February 
17,  1863,  with  rank  from  October  23,  1862, 
vice  B.  F.  Currier,  resigned. 

TUCKER,  GEORGE,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month ;  mustered  in  as 
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1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  June  3, 
1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
October  21,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  this  regiment, 
January  u,  1862;  discharged,  April  i, 
1863,  for  promotion  to  Major,  U.  S. 
Colored  Troops;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  25,  1862,  original ;  First  Lieutenant, 
not  mustered,  February  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  January  7,  1863,  vice  G.  Bishop, 
discharged ;  Captain,  not  mustered,  March 
26,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  13,  1863, 
vice  H.  R.  Stagg,  promoted. 

ULLMAN,  DANIEL;  authorized  to  re- 
cruit a  regiment  known  as  the  ist  Regi- 
ment, Eagle  Brigade,  subsequently  part  of 
this  regiment;  age  45  years;  enrolled 
September  10,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  April 
28,  1862;  captured,  no  date;  paroled,  Oc- 
tober 6,  1862,  at  Aikens  Landing,  Va. ; 
promoted  Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers, January  29,  1863 ;  commissioned 
Colonel,  December  I,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  28,  1862,  original. 

VON  BRANDES,  ADOLPH,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mastered  in  as  Private, 
I2th  Artillery,  June  19,  1863;  transferred 
to  Company  F,  isth  Artillery,  June  22, 


1863;  promoted  Corporal,  no  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
this  regiment,  October  29,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  iO2d  Infantry,  July 
12,  1864;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
September  5,  1863,  with  rank  from  August 
20,  1863,  vice  J.  M.  H.  Allen,  dismissed. 

WELLS,  HENRY  HARRISON,  age  21 
years ;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  2ist  Infantry,  May  20,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  this  regi- 
ment, December  i,  1862;  mustered  out,  to 
date  December  I,  1862 ;  subsequent  service 
in  2d  Mounted  Rifles;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  I,  1862,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  original. 

WRIGHT,  WILLIAM,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Hammondsport  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany F,  February  3,  1862;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  August  i,  1862;  captured  in  ac- 
tion, August  9,  1862,  at  Cedar  Mountain, 
Va. ;  paroled,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  i,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at 
Chancellorsville,  Va. ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany F,  iO2d  Infantry,  July  12,  1864;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  26, 
1863,  with  rank  from  January  I,  1863,  vice 
H.  H.  Wells,  mustered  out. 


SEVENTY-NINTH  REGIMENT  INFANTRY  (VETERAN). 

Seventy-ninth  Militia;  Highlanders;  Cameron  Rifle  Highlanders;  Highland 
Guard;  Bannockburn  Battalion. 

The  79th  Regiment  Militia,  failing  to  be  ordered  to  the  front  for  three  months,  organ- 
ized, under  authority  from  the  War  Department,  as  volunteers  at  New  York  city,  where, 
commanded  by  Lieut.-Col.  Samuel  McKenzie  Elliott,  it  was  mustered  in  the  service  of  the 
United  States  for  three  years  May  29,  1861.  The  men  were  recruited  principally  in  New 
York  city;  the  regiment  was  turned  over  to  the  State  in  September,  1861,  and  received 
its  numerical  designation  December  u,  1861.  In  January,  1864,  members  of  the  5ist 
Infantry,  and  of  the  45th,  5Oth  and  looth  Pa.  Volunteers,  were  attached  to  the  regiment, 
serving  with  it  about  two  months.  May  4,  1864,  Col.  Samuel  McK.  Elliott  received  author- 
ity to  recruit  a  regiment,  the  Cameron  Highlanders;  this  authority  was  modified  to  recruit 
for  this  regiment.  May  13,  1864,  the  men  not  entitled  to  be  mustered  out  were  formed 
into  two  companies,  A  and  B ;  those  entitled  to  be  mustered  out  at  the  expiration  of  the 
term  of  service  of  the  regiment  proceeded  to  New  York  city  and  were  there  discharged,  under 
Lieut.-Col.  John  More,  May  31,  1864.  In  November,  1864,  the  men  enlisted  by  Colonel 
Elliott  joined  the  companies  in  the  field  as  Companies  C  and  D;  in  January,  1865,  another 
company,  E,  joined,  and  in  March,  1865,  Company  F  was  organized  in  the  field  from 
recruits  received. 


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The  regiment  left  the  State  June  2,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C,  where 
Col.  J.  C.  Cameron  joined  it,  from  June,  1861 ;  in  jd  Brigade,  ist  Division,  Army  N.  E. 
Virginia,  from  July,  1861 ;  in  Stevens'  Brigade,  Smith's  Division,  Army  of  Potomac,  from 
October,  1861 ;  in  2d  Brigade,  T.  W.  Sherman's  Expeditionary  Corps,  from  October  21, 
1861 ;  in  2d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  Department  South,  from  June,  1862;  in  3d  Brigade,  ist 
Division,  gth  Corps,  from  July,  1862;  in  ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  pth  Corps,  from  Septem- 
ber, 1862;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  gth  Corps,  from  June,  1863;  in  the  ist  Brigade, 
ist  Division,  pth  Corps,  from  July,  1863;  in  2d  Brigade,  3d  Division,  gth  Corps,  from 
March,  1864;  Companies  A  and  B  with  i8th  Corps,  Army  of  the  James,  from  May,  1864; 
in  ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  pth  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  September  10,  1864;  as 
Provost  Guard,  Qth  Corps,  from  October  7,  1864;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and 
mustered  out,  commanded  by  Lieut-Col.  Henry  G.  Heffron,  July  14,  1865,  near  Alexan- 
dria, Va. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  2  officers,  83  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  30  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
I  officer,  82  enlisted  men;  total,  4  officers,  195  enlisted  men;  aggregate  199;  of  whom  11 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy ;  and  it,  or  portions  of  it,  took  part  in  the 
following  engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

1861. 
July          1  8 

21 

Sept.         10 

Bull  Run,  Va  

2 

3° 

9 

7 

35 

i 

8 

107 

198 

i 
4 

ii 
25 
Oct.           12 

Bayle's  Cross  Roads,  Va  

4 

4 

Bay  Point  S  C                   ...             

Nov.           8 
1862. 
Jan.             i 

Port  Royal  Ferry,  S.  C  

Pocotaligo   S  C                  

•May          28 

June            4 

10 

16 
Aug.  21- 
Sept.     2 
Aug.          21 

I 

26 

i 

8 

S 
S 

74 
66 

12 

i 

34 

12 

148 
105 

13 

32 
a 

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

Kelly's  Ford       

33-24 
29 
30 
31 
Sept.            i 

Bull  Run  

S 

4 

Chantilly                  

7 

4 

South  Mountain,  Md  

14 
17 

Dec.    11-15 

S 

3 

2 

22 
2 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

Vicksburg,  Miss  

1863. 
June  17- 

T  ,  July    4 
July            4 

9-16 
Oct.           10 

i 

I 

a 
13 

i 

20 

Nov.         16 

I 

Siege  of  Knoxville,  Tenn  

Nov.  19- 
Dec.     4 
Nov.         29 

16 

1864. 
Jan.          21 

22 

May        s~7 
8-13 
9 
10 
June- 
April  2, 
1865 
Oct.    27-28 

1 

16 

Ny  River    .... 

3 

Ny  River  

1 

Before  Petersburg  and  Richmond,  Va  

Hatcher's  Run   Va  

Fort  Stedman   Va 

1865. 
March       25 

Fall  of  Petersburg,  Va  

April            2 

Total  loss  

2 

83 

i 

30 

2O 

257 

10 

155 

558 

REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

JAMES  C.  CAMERON,  from  June  —  to 
July  21,  1861. 

ISAAC  I.  STEVENS,  from  to  Sep- 
tember 28,  1861. 

ADDISON  FARNS WORTH,  from  Decem- 
ber 28,  1861,  to  February  17,  1863. 

DAVID  MORRISON,  from  February  17, 
1863,  to  May  31,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
SAMUEL    McKENZIE    ELLIOTT,    from 

June  i  to  August  10,  1861. 
WILLIAM   H.    NOBLES,    from  to 

Decembgr  3,    1861. 
DAVID    MORRISON,    from    January    17, 

1862,  to  February  17,  1863. 

JOHN  MORE,  from  February  17,   1863,  to 

May  31,  1864. 
HENRY  G.   HEFFRON,   from  January  26 

to  July  14,  1865. 

Majors. 

DAVID  McLELLAN,  from  June  I  to  Au- 
gust 10,  1861. 

DAVID  MORRISON,  from  October  21, 
1861,  to  January  17,  1862. 

FRANCIS  L.  HAGADORN,  from  Decem- 
ber 19,  1861,  to  May  12,  1862. 

WILLIAM  ST.  GEORGE  ELLIOTT,  from 
May  12  to  September  29,  1862. 

JO'HN  MORE,  from  November  26,  1862,  to 
February  17,  1863. 

WILLIAM     SIMPSON,     from    March     7, 

1863,  to  May  31,   1864. 

ANDREW  D.  BAIRD,  from  February  3 
to  July  14,  1865. 

Adjutants. 

DAVID  IRELAND,  from  June  I  to  Sep- 
tember 12,  1861. 

HAZZARD  STEVENS,  from  to 

September  12,  1861. 

LAWRENCE  BEATTIE,  from  October  16, 
1861,  to  May  18,  1862. 

JOHN  F.  COULTER,  from  July  21  to 
October  3,  1862. 

JAMES  GILMORE,  from  October  16,  1862, 
to  December  24,  1864. 

JAMES  S.  KING,  from  February  3  to  July 
I,  1865. 


Quartermasters. 

PATRICK  HOLMES,   from   June   i    to   4, 

1861. 
WILLIAM  A.  L.  OSTRANDER,  from  June 

4  to  October  3,  1861. 
GEORGE  D.   MARTIN,  from  October  20, 

1861,  to  May  31,  1864. 

Surgeons. 
JAMES  NORVAL,  from  June  i,  1861,  to 

June  13,  1863, 
JOHN   E.   MAcDONALD,    from  December 

i,  1861,  to  April  13,  1863. 
ANDREW  T.   FITCH,  from  May  5,  1863, 

to  May  31,  1864. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
ANDREW     McLETCHIE,     from    January 

23  to  April,  1862. 
ANDREW  T.   FITCH,  from  February   18, 

1862,  to  May  5,  1863. 

ANDREW  MELLVILLE,   from  September 

20,   1862,  to  April  27,  1863. 
DAVID  MACKAY,  from  June  16,  1863,  to 

June  2,  1864. 
RICHARD  T.   MEAD,   from  July  8,   1863, 

to  May  31,  1864. 

Chaplains. 
GEORGE    S.    DOUGHTY,    from   June    i, 

1861,  to  . 

PETER  RIGER,  from  to  December 

9,   1861. 
JAMES   C.  WYATT,  JR.,  from  March   18, 

1862,  to  July  10,   1863. 
CRAMMOND    KENNEDY,    from   October 

13,  1863,  to  May  31,   1864. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM  MANSO/N,  from  May  28,  1861, 

to  March  29,    1862. 
WALTER  B.  IVES,  from.  March  29,  1862, 

to  March  6,  1863. 
JOHN    GLENDINNING,    from    March    7, 

1863,  to  May  31,  1864. 

ANDREW  D.  BAIRD,  from  May  31,  1864, 

to  February  3,   1865. 
FRANCIS  W.  JUDGE,   from  March  17  to 

July  14,  1865. 


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First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  H.  MORRISON,  from  May  13 

to  September  9,  1861. 
JOHN    A.   FALCONER,    from   October  9, 

1861,  to  March  i,   1862. 

ROBERT  M.  CLARK,  from  January  19  to 

November   12,   1862. 
JOHN  R.   MENZIES,  from  November   12, 

1862,  to  April  22,   1863. 

GEORGE    H.    LADLEY,    from    April    23, 

1863,  to  May  3.1,  1864. 

JAM'ES   S.   KING,    from  October   7,    1864, 

to  February  3,   1865. 
JO'HN  SHEARER,  from  July  i  to  14,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  A.  McPHERSON,  from  May  28  to 

July  29,  1861. 
ANDREW   D.    BAIRD,   from   February  22 

to  October   16,   1862. 
JOHN  GLENDINNING,  from  October  16, 

1862,  to  January  21,  1863. 
THOMAS    HAMILTON,     from    February 

19  to  July  i,  1863. 
GEORGE   H.   LADLEY,   from   April  9  to 

23,  1863. 
ROBERT  GARDNER,  from  September  22 

to  November  26,  1864. 
FRANCIS   GALLAGHER,    from   February 

2  to  4,  1865. 
CHARLES    LOWEN,    from    March    21   to 

May  20,  1865, 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
JAMES  A.  FARRISH,  from  May  27,  1861, 

to  September  25,  1862. 
HENRY  G.  HEFFRON,  from  October  16, 

1862,  to  January  26,   1865. 
JAMES  McLEAN,  from  March  17  to  July 
14,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN   WHYTE,    from    May  27,    1861,   to 


DAVID  A.  FALCONER,  from  January  19, 

1862,  to  July  31,  1863. 
JOHN  WHYTE,  from  January  23  to  May 

3i,  1864. 
JAMES  INNES,  from  October  8,   1864,  to 

January  26,  1865. 
JAMES    McLEAN,    from    February    2    to 

March    17,   1865. 
NATHAN   K.   ARNOLD,   from   March    17 

to  July  14,  1865. 


Second  Lieutenants: 

DAVID  A.  FALCONER,  from  May  27, 
1861,  to  January  19,  1862. 

JOHN  F.  COULTER,  from  January  8  to 
July  21,  1862. 

FREDERICK  KOCHERT,  from  July  9  to 
November  12,  1862. 

RICHARD  SUNDERLAND,  from  Decem- 
ber ii,  1862,  to  January  13,  1863. 

HENRY    HUTCHINSON,    from    January 

15   to   21,    1863. 

JOHN  WHYTE,  from  July  5,  1863,  to 
January  23,  1864. 

JAMES  INNES,  from  October  8  to  No- 
vember 26,  1864. 

DAVID  J.  MALLON,  from  March  29  to 
July  14,  1865. 

• 

OF  COMPANY  C. 

Captains: 
THOMAS    BARCLAY,    from    May   27   to 

August  12,  1861. 
KENNETH   MATHIESON,   from  January 

19  to  March  27,  1862. 
WILLIAM  SIMPSON,   from  January  2  to 

March  7,  1863, 
ROBERT  ARMOUR,  from  May  i,  1863,  to 

May  3,1,  1864. 
ALEXANDER  L.   BAIRD,  from  February 

4  to  July  14,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
KENNETH  MATHIESON,  from  May  27, 

1861,  to  January  19,  1862. 
WILLIAM    SIMPSON,    from   January    19, 

1862,  to  January  2,  1863. 

JOHN    WHYTE,    from  to   August 

— ,  1862. 
DANIEL  E.  MANTON,  from  January  2  to 

February  24,   1863. 
CHARLES  WATSON,   from  February  24, 

1863,  to  May  31,  1864. 
ALEXANDER   L.    BAIRD,    from    January 

i  to  February  4,  1865. 

FRANCIS  GALLAGHER,  from  February 
4  to  July  14,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  A.  L.  OSTRANDER,  from  May 

27  to  June  4,  1861. 
WILLIAM  SIMPSON,  from  July  17,  1861, 

to   January   19,   1862. 
JAMES    GILMORE,    from   January    19    to 

May  12,   1862. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


2845 


PAUL  BRODIE,   from   March   i,   1862,   to 

January  23,  1864. 
ALFRED  DOUGLAS,  from  February  9  to 

March  17,  1865. 
JOHN    P.    TURNER,    from   March   21    to 

July  14,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
DAVID  BROWN,  from  May  27  to  July  21, 

1861. 
JOHN  A.  FALCONER,  from  August  i  to 

October  4,  1861. 
JOHN    MORE,   from  October  28,   1861,   to 

November  26,  1862. 
JOHN     WINDSOR,     from    December    19, 

1862,  to  May  31,  1864. 

HUGH   YOUNG,   from   March  17  to  June 

26,  1865. 
JAMES  S.  KING,  from  July  I  to  14,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN   MORE,    from   May  27  to   October 

28,  1861. 
WILLIAM      S.      MONTGOMERY,      from 

March  i  to  October  16,  1862. 
ROBERT    ARMOUR,    from    January  2  to 

May  i,   1863. 
THOMAS     HAMILTON,     from     July     i, 

1863,  to  May  31,  1864. 

HUGH     YOUNG,     from     February    2     to 

March  17,  1865. 
ALFRED  DOUGLAS,   from   March   17  to 

May  20,  1865. 
CHARLES  LOWEN,  from  May  20  to  July 

14,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN    A.   FALCONER,   from   May  15  to 

August  i,  1861. 
JAMES  TAYLOR,  from  to  October 

17,  1861. 
GERRITT    S.    CONOVER,    from   January 

19  to  May  12,    1862. 
ROBERT   ARMOUR,   from  May   12,    1862, 

to  January  2,  1863. 
WALTER  FITZSIMMONS,  from  January 

2  to  April  28,   1863. 
JOHN  SHEARER,  from  March  29  to  July 

i,   1865. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 

DAVID    MORRISON,    from    May    27    to 
October  21,  1861. 


WILLIAM  ST.  GEORGE  ELLIOTT, 
from  January  19  to  May  12,  1862. 

GEORGE  W.  PIER,  from  July  7  to  Sep- 
tember 25,  1862. 

ROBERT  GAIR,  from  September  24,  1862, 
to  May  31,  1864. 

JAMES  INNES,  from  January  26  to  July 
14,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  B.  AYRES,  from  May  27  to  Au- 
gust 10,  1861. 
JAMES  B.  SINCLAIR,  from  August  10  to 

October  30,  1861. 
GAVIN  HAMILTON,  from  January  19  to 

May  16,  1862. 
KEITH  GILMO'RE,  from  May  16,  1862,  to 

February  19,  1863. 
JOHN  GLENDINNING,  from  January  21 

to  March  7,   1863. 
JAMES   McGIFFIN,   from  March  7,   1863, 

to  May  31,  1864. 
JOHN    M,    FLANNELLY,   from  February 

7  to  July  14,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES    B.    SINCLAIR,    from  May  27  to 

August  10,  1861. 
GAVIN    HAMILTON,    from    August    15, 

1861,  to  January  19,  1862. 
JAMES    KIN-NEAR,    from    January    7    to 

June  1 8,  1862. 
ALEXANDER  FRASER,   from  July  9  to 

September  25,   1862. 
CHARLES  SYME,  from  October  16,  1862, 

to  April  22,  1863. 
JAMES  McGIFFIN,  July  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

JAMES  CHRISTIE,  from  May  27  to  Sep- 
tember 10,  1861. 

ROBERT  McNIE,  from  to  May  18, 

1862. 

ROBERT  CAMPBELL,  from  May  16  to 
July  13,  1862. 

WILLIAM  S.  MONTGOMERY,  from 
October  16,  1862,  to  May  31,  1864. 

ALFRED  DOUGLAS,  from  May  20  to 
July  14,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ROBERT  McNIE,   from  May  27,   1861,  to 


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ROBERT  GAIR,  from  March  27  to  Sep- 
tember 24,  1862. 

WILLIAM  C.  CLARK,  from  September 
24,  1862,  to  April  16,  1863. 

PAUL  BRODIE,  from  January  23  to 
March  3,  1864. 

JAMES  CHARLES  ROSS,  from  May  5  to 
July  14,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  WINDSOR,  from  August  9,  1861, 
to  January  19,  1862. 

JOHN  R.  MENZIES,  from  May  12  to  No- 
vember 12,  1862. 

JOHN    S.    DINGWALL,    from    November 

13,  1862,  to  March  i,  1863. 

HENRY    HUT  CHIN  SON,    from    January 

21,  1863,  to  May  31,  1864. 
SAMUEL  ALLEYNE,  from  May  5  to  July 

14,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captain: 

JOSEPH  LAING,  from  May  13,  1861,  to 
May  31,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JAMES   L.   DICK,   from  May  28,   1861,  to 


WALTER  B.  IVES,  from  February  28  to 
March  29,  1862. 

JOHN  WINDSOR,  from  May  10  to  De- 
cember 19,  1862. 

SAMUEL  F.  WALLACE,  from  December 
19,  1862,  to  July  I,  1863. 

WILLIAM  GRAY,  from  November  i, 
1863,  to  February  22,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WALTER  B.  IVES,  from  May  28,  1861, 
to  February  28,  1862. 

JAMES  WITHERSPOO'N,  from to 

August  10,  1861. 

KEITH  GILMORE,  from  February  28  to 
May  16,  1862. 

WILLIAM  C.  CLARK,  from  May  16  to 
September  24,  1862. 

ALEXANDER  CAMPBELL,  from  Octo- 
ber 24,  1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 

CHARLES  RILEY,  from  March  i  to  May 
31,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 

JAMES  E.  COULTER,  from  May  27  to 
October  31,  1861. 


ALEXANDER    GRAHAM,    from   January 

19,  1862,  to  May  8,  1863. 
SAMUEL    F.    WALLACE,    from   July    i, 

1863,  to  May  31,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  CAMPBELL,  from  May  27,  1861, 
to  May  16,  1862. 

JOHN  WINDSOR,  from  January  19  to 
May  10,  1862. 

THOMAS  W.  ROBERTSON,  from  May  16 
to  August  25,  1862. 

WILLIAM  GRAY,  from  July  5  to  Novem- 
ber i,  1863. 

GEORGE  HOWISON,  from  April  29,  1863, 
to  May  31,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  B.  DRAKE,  from  May  27  to 
August  7,  1861. 

ALEXANDER  GRAHAM,  from  September 
i,  1861,  to  January  19,  1862. 

THOMAS  W.  ROBERTSON,  from  Janu- 
ary 19  to  May  16,  1862. 

ROBERT  MARSHALL,  from  January  19 
to  May  27,  1862. 

JAMES  REID,  from  June  20,  1862,  to  Janu- 
ary 2,  1863. 

WILLIAM  GRAY,  from  October  16,  1862, 
to  July  5,  1863. 

GEORGE  HOWISON,  from  March  18  to 
April  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
ROBERT  T.   SHILLINGLAW,  from  May 

27,  1861,  to  January  20,  1863. 
KEITH   GILMORE,   from   February  19  to 

April    15,   1863. 

WILLIAM  C.  CLARK,  from  April  16,  1863. 
to  May  31,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  ST.  GEORGE  ELLIOTT,  from 
May  27,  1861,  to  January  19,  1862. 

GEORGE  W.  PIER,  from  January  19  to 
July  7,  1862. 

JAMES  GILMORE,  from  May  12  to  Oc- 
tober 1 6,  1862. 

DANIEL  E.  MANTON,  from  July  31,  1862, 
to  January  2,  1863. 

JAMES  REID,  from  January  2  to  April  28, 
1863- 

JAMES  DONALDSON,  from  January  23 
to  May  31,  1864. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  W.  PIER,  from  May  27,  1861,  to 
January  19,  1862. 

WILLIAM  S.  ROSS,  from  May  21  to  Sep- 
tember 27,  1862.  . 

SAMUEL  F.  WALLACE,  from  November  i 
to  December  19,  1862. 

CHARLES  WATSON,  from  January  13  to 
February  24,  1863. 

JAMES  DONALDSON,  from  February  17, 
1863,  to  January  23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 

HENRY  A.  ELLIS,   from  May  28  to  De- 
cember 2,  1861. 
WILLIAM    T.    LUSK,    from   January    19, 

1862,  to  February  28,  1863. 
ANDREW  D.  BAIRD,  from  March  I,  1863, 
to  May  31,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
SAMUEL  R.  ELLIOTT,  from  May  28  to 

October  22,  1861. 
HENRY  G.   HEFFRON,   from  January   19 

to  October  16,  1862. 
ANDREW   D.    BAIRD,    from   October   16, 

1862,  to  March  i,  1863. 
JOHN  S.  DINGWALL,  from  March  i,  1863, 

to  May  31,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD  BALLISTER,  from to  July 

14,  1861. 
WILLIAM  T.  LUSK,  from  August  13,  1861, 

to  January  19,   1862. 
JOHN   R.   HUNTER,   from  January  19  to 

May  21,  1862. 
DANIEL  E.   MANTON,   from  May  20  to 

July  31,  1862. 
ROBERT  CALDERWOOD,  from  October 

16,  1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 
CHARLES  RILEY,   from  July  2,   1863,  to 

March  i,  1864. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

ELLIOTT,  SAMUEL  McKENZIE,  as 
Colonel. 

FLANNELLY,  JOHN  M.,  as  Quarter- 
master. 

JUDGE,  FRANCIS  W.,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

MALLON,  DAVID  J.,  as  First  Lieutenant. 


REID,  JAMES,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

TENNANT,  JOHN  H.,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

BRICE,   EDWARD,  as  Second  Lieutenant 

MONTGOMERY,  WILLIAM  S.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

ROBINSON,  GEORGE,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant 

MEDAL  OF  HONOR  AWARDED  BY  THE  PRESI- 
DENT TO 

JUDGE,  FRANCIS  W.,  First  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  for  the  capture  of  the  flag 
of  the  5 ist  Georgia  at  Fort  Sanders, 
Knoxville,  Tenn.,  November  29,  1863. 

BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
OF  THE  STATE  TO  AN  ENLISTED  MAN  AS 
FOLLOWS  : 

BOLTON,  JOHN,  Sergeant,  Company  I, 
Captaia 

CAMERON  RIFLE  HIGHLANDERS. 

Officers  not  Transferred  to  the  jgth  Infantry. 

STEELE,  HENRY  SMITH,  appointed  Ad- 
jutant, Cameron  Highlanders,  June  28, 
1864;  discharged,  November  9,  1864;  not 
commissioned. 

JOCELYN,  ALBERT  H.,  appointed 
Quartermaster,  Cameron  Highlanders, 
June  22,  1864;  discharged,  November  9, 
1864;  see  I78th  Infantry;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ALLEYNE,  SAMUEL,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  Tarrytown  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F, 
March  28,  1865;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  5,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  22, 
1865,  with  rank  from  April  8,  1865, 
original. 

ARMOUR,  ROBERT,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant-Major,  October  16,  1861 ;  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  12,  1862 ; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  January 
2,  1863 1  as  Captain,  Company  C,  May  I, 
1863;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New 


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York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
12,  1862,  vice  G.  S.  Conover,  resigned; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  27,  1862,  vice  W.  S.  Mont- 
gomery, promoted;  Captain,  June  12,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  17,  1863,  vice 
W.  Simpson,  promoted. 

ARNOLD,  NATHAN  K.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  December  22,  1862 ;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  May  31,  1864;  promoted 
Corporal,  September  23,  1864;  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  December  i,  1864;  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  January  16,  1865 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
March  17,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  March  n, 
1865,  with  rank  from  January  26,  1865, 
vice  J.  M.  Flannelly,  appointed  Quarter- 
master. 

AYERS,  JAMES  B.,  age  —  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  May  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  August 
10,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  I4th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant 
(militia),  May  18,  1861,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  original. 

BAIRD,  ALEXANDER  L.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  December  9,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, December  i,  1863 ;  Sergeant,  August 
I,  1864;  First  Sergeant,  October  8,  1864; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  October  10,  1864; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  December  i, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  January  I,  1865 ;  as  Captain, 
February  4,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  November 
17,  1864,  with  rank  from  September  28, 
1864,  vice  F.  W.  Judge,  not  mustered; 
Captain,  January  27,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  26,  1865,  original. 

BAIRD,  ANDREW  D.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  May  28,  1861 ;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  October  16,  1862;  as  Captain, 


March  i,  1863 ;  transferred  to  Company  A, 
May  31,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Major,  Feb- 
ruary 3,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
April  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  February 
28,  1862,  vice  D.  A.  Falconer,  promoted ; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  25,  1862,  vice  H.  G. 
Heffron,  promoted;  Captain,  June  12,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  27,  1863,  vice 
W.  T.  Lusk,  resigned;  Major,  January  27, 
1865,  with  rank  from  January  26,  1865, 
vice  W.  Simpson,  mustered  out. 

BALLISTER,  EDWARD,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  three  years,  and  appointed 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  no  date; 
discharged,  July  14,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

BARCLAY,  THOMAS,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany C,  May  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  August 
12,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  84th 
Militia ;  not  commissioned. 

BEATTIE,  LAWRENCE,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  May  27,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  Oc- 
tober 16,  1861 ;  discharged,  May  18,  1862 ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and  Ad- 
jutant, February  26,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  16,  1861,  vice  D.  Ireland,  resigned. 

BRICE,  EDWARD,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  May  28,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
April  9,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1864, 
at  New  York  city ;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, Second  Lieutenant,  May  II,  1865, 
with  rank  from  January  26,  1865,  vice 
F.  Gallagher,  promoted. 

BRODIE,  PAUL,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  March  i,  1862; 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  January  23, 
1864;  discharged,  March  3,  1864,  for  pro- 
motion in  U.  S.  Signal  Corps;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  3,  1862, 
with  rank  from  March  i,  1862,  vice  W.  S. 
Montgomery,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 


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December  10,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  9, 
1863,  vice  J.  Reid,  declined. 

BROWN,  DAVID,  age  39  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  D,  May 
27,  1861 ;  killed  in  action,  July  21,  1861,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  not  commissioned. 

CALDERWOOD,  ROBERT,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  A,  May  27,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  October 
16,  1862 ;  discharged,  May  7,  1863 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  16,  1862,  vice  John 
R.  Hunter,  resigned. 

CAMERON,  JAMES  C,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  three  years,  and  appointed 
Colonel,  June  — ,  1861 ;  killed  in  action, 
July  21,  1861,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  not  com- 
missioned. 

CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  F,  May  27,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  no  date ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, September  i,  1862,  at  Chantilly,  Va. ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  October  24,  1862;  discharged  for 
disability,  May  7,  1863,  at  Columbia,  Ky. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
24,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  23, 
1862,  vice  Wm.  C.  Clark,  promoted. 

CAMPBELL,  ROBERT,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted 
Captain,  Company  F,  May  16,  1862;  dis- 
charged, July  13,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant  (militia),  May  18,  1861,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  original;  Captain,  July 
21,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  16,  1862, 
vice  Robert  McNie,  resigned. 

CHRISTIE,  JAMES,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  F, 
May  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  September  10, 
1861 ;  not  commissioned. 

CLARK,  ROBERT  M.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  May  28,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  January  19,  1862; 
discharged,  November  12,  1862;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862, 
179 


with  rank  from  January  19,  1862,  vice 
W.  H.  Morrison,  resigned. 

CLARK,  WILLIAM  C,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  E,  May  27,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  16, 
1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F, 
September  24,  1862;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  April  16,  1863;  mustered  out,  May 
31,  1864;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  16, 
1862,  vice  Keith  Gilmore,  promoted ;  First 
Lieutenant,  October  24,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  23,  1862,  vice  R.  Gair, 
promoted;  Captain,  June  12,  1863,  with 
rank  from  April  15,  1863,  vice  Keith  Gil- 
more,  resigned. 

CONOVER,  GERRITT  S.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  D,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  19,  1862;  discharged, 
May  12,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  19,  1862,  vice  James  Taylor,  re- 
signed. 

COULTER,  JAMES  E.,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  May  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  Oc- 
tober 31,  1861 ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865;  commissioned  Captain  (militia),  May 
18,  1861,  with  rank  of  same  date,  original. 

COULTER,  JOHN  F.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  January  8,  1862 ;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  July 
21,  1862 ;  discharged,  October  3,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  9, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  7,  1862,  vice 
J.  A.  McPherson,  resigned;  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  July  21.  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1862,  vice  Lawrence 
Beattie,  resigned. 

DICK,  JAMES  L.,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  May  28,  1861 ;  no  further  record ; 
not  commissioned. 


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DINGWALL,  JOHN  S.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  A,  May  28,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  November  13, 
1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
March  I,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  31, 
1864,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  29,  1862, 
with  rank  from  November  12,  1862,  vice 
J.  R.  Menzies,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, June  12,  1863,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 27,  1863,  vice  A.  D.  Baird,  pro- 
moted. 

DONALDSON,  JAMES,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  February  17,  1863 ;  mustered  in  as 
such,  July  I,  1863 ;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
January  23,  1864;  mustered  out,  May  31, 

1864,  at    New    York    city;    commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,    June    12,    1863,    with 
rank  from  February  17,  1863,  vice  C.  Wat- 
son, promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  December 
10,    1863,  with   rank  from  April   15,   1863, 
vice  W.  C.  Clark,  promoted. 

DOUGHTY,  GEORGE  S.,  age  —  years ;  en- 
rolled May  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chaplain, 
June  r,  1861 ;  no  further  record ;  not  com- 
missioned. 

DOUGLAS,  ALFRED,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  August  6,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  May  31,  1864;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, September  23,  1864;  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  December  I,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  9,  1865 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  March  17, 
1865 ;  as  Captain,  Company  F,  May  20, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  July  14, 

1865,  at    Alexandria,    Va. ;    commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  27,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  26,  1865,  original ;  First 
Lieutenant,    March    n,    1865,    with    rank 
from  January  26,   1865,  vice  J.    McLean, 
promoted;    Captain,    May    16,    1865,    with 
rank  from  May  i,  1865,  original. 

DRAKE,  WILLI  \M  B.,  age  42  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 


tenant, Company  H,  May  27,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, August  7,  1861,  at  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  not  commissioned. 

ELLIOTT,  SAMUEL  McKENZIE,  age  - 
years;  enrolled  May  29,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  i,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, August  10,  1861 ;  appointed 
Colonel,  Lochiel  Cameron  Highlanders, 
October  24,  1861,  no  service;  appointed 
Colonel,  Cameron  Highlanders,  May  4, 
1864;  Colonel  of  this  regiment,  November 
9,  1864;  not  mustered,  no  service  as  such; 
see  also  78th  Infantry;  Brigadier-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March 
13,  1865 ;  not  commissioned  Lieutenant- 
Colonel  nor  Colonel. 

ELLIOTT,  SAMUEL  R.,  age  24  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  May  28,  1861 ;  mustered  out, 
October  22,  1861,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
subsequent  service  in  78th  Infantry;  not 
commissioned. 

ELLIOTT,  WILLIAM  ST.  GEORGE,  age 
23  years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  27,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  Company  E,  January  19, 
1862;  Major,  May  12,  1862;  wounded  in 
action  in  Pope's  Campaign,  August,  1862 ; 
discharged,  September  29,  1862;  not  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant ;  commissioned 
Captain,  February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  19,  1862,  vice  David  Morrison, 
promoted;  Major,  May  12,  1862,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  vice  Francis  A.  Hagadorn, 
resigned. 

ELLIS,  HENRY  A.,  age  26  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  K, 
May  28,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  21, 
1861,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  discharged,  De- 
cember 2,  1861,  for  promotion  in  I7th 
U.  S.  Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

FALCONER,  DAVID  A.,  age  24  years ;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  27,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  January  19,  1862 ; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862.  at 
Antietam,  Md. ;  discharged,  July  31,  1863, 
for  appointment  in  Veteran  Reserve 
Corps ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  27,  1861,  with  rank  of  same  date, 


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original ;  First  Lieutenant,  April  3,  1862, 
with  rank  from  February  28,  1862,  vice 
W.  B.  Ives,  promoted 

FALCONER,  JOHN  A.,  age  43  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  15,  1861 ;  elected 
and  served  as  Captain,  August  i,  1861 ; 
elected  First  Lieutenant,  October  4,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  October  9, 
1861 ;  discharged  for  disability,  March  I, 
1862 ;  not  commissioned. 

FARNSWORTH,  ADDISON,  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  38th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  December  28,  1861 ; 
discharged,  February  17,  1863;  Brigadier- 
General,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
September  27,  1865  ;  commissioned  Colonel, 
December  26,  1861,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 17,  1861,  original. 

FARRISH,  JAMES  A.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  May  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  Sep- 
tember 25,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
U.  S.  Volunteers ;  not  commissioned. 

FITCH,  ANDREW  T.,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled at  Green  River,  Ky.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, February  18,  1862;  as  Surgeon,  May 
5,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1864,  at 
New  York  city;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  March  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  18,  1862,  vice  Andrew  McLetchie, 
discharged;  Surgeon,  June  i,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  5,  1863,  vice  J.  E.  Mc- 
Donald, discharged. 

FITZSIMMONS,  WALTER,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  D,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  2,  1863 ;  discharged, 
April  28,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
June  27,  1862,  vice  R.  Armour,  promoted. 

FLANNELLY,  JOHN  M.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Deserted  House,  Va.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  February  7,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  14,  1865, 
at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  18,  1864,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  original ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  not  mustered, 


January  27,  1865,  with  rank  from  January 
26,  1865,  vice  G.  D.  Martin,  mustered  out. 

FRASER,  ALEXANDER,  age  38  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  July  9,  1862;  dis- 
charged, September  25,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  23,  1862,  vice  R.  Marshall, 
resigned. 

GAIR,  ROBERT,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date ;  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  March  27,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  E,  September  24,  1862 ; 
mustered  out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  April 
3,  1862,  with  rank  from  March  27,  1862, 
vice  R.  McNie,  promoted;  Captam,  Oc- 
tober 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
23,  1862,  vice  George  W.  Pier,  resigned. 

GALLAGHER,  FRANCIS,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  December  23,  1863;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  April  i,  1864;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, July  i,  1864;  Sergeant,  September 
23,  1864;  First  Sergeant,  December  I,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 2,  1865 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  February  4,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  14,  1865,  at  Alex- 
andria, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, January  27,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  26,  1865,  original ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, March  u,  1865,  with  rank  from  Janu- 
ary 26,  1865,  vice  James  S.  King,  appointed 
Adjutant. 

GARDNER,  ROBERT,  age  41  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  February  20,  1864;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  May  31,  1864;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  22,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  such,  October  18,  1864; 
discharged,  November  26,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  September  23, 
1864,  with  rank  from  September  22,  1864, 
vice  . 

GILMORE,  JAMES,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 


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and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  January  19,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  12,  1862;  as 
Adjutant,  October  16,  1862;  captured  in 
action,  July  10,  1863,  at  Jackson,  Miss. ; 
escaped  prior  to  December,  1864;  dis- 
charged, December  24,  1864 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  19,  1862,  vice  William 
Simpson,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  July 
21,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  12,  1862, 
vice  George  W.  Pier,  promoted ;  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  October  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  30,  1862,  vice 
John  F.  Coulter,  resigned. 

GILMORE,  KEITH,  age  30  years ;  enrolled 
May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  May  28,  1861 ;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  28,  1862 ; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  May  16,  1862;  promoted  Captain, 
Company  I,  February  19,  1863 ;  discharged, 
April  15,  1863,  at  Lebanon,  Ky. ;  not  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1862,  vice  Gavin 
Hamilton,  resigned ;  Captain,  February  10, 
1863,  with  rank  from  January  20,  1863, 
vice  R.  T.  Shillinglaw,  resigned. 

GLENDINNING,  JOHN,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  May  28,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  16,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  January  21,  1863 ; 
as  Captain,  Company  A,  March  7,  1863 ; 
mustered  out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 25,  1862,  vice  A.  D.  Baird,  promoted ; 
First  Lieutenant,  February  10,  1863,  with 
rank  from  January  20,  1863,  vice  K.  Gil- 
more,  promoted ;  Captain,  June  12,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  6,  1863,  vice  W.  B. 
Ives,  dismissed. 

GRAHAM,  ALEXANDER,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany H,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  i,  1861 ;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  January  19,  1862 ;  discharged, 
May  8,  1863,  at  Green  River,  Ky. ;  subse- 
quent service  in  I3th  Cavalry;  not  com- 


missioned Second  Lieutenant;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  February  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  19,  1862,  vice  James 
E.  Coulter,  resigned. 

GRAY,  WILLIAM,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  C, 
May  13,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
July  i,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  October  16,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  July  5,  1863;  transferred 
to  Company  G,  November  i,  1863 ;  mus- 
tered out,  to  date  February  22,  1864,  for 
promotion  in  U.  S.  Colored  Troops ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  October  24, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  30,   1862, 
vice  J.   Reid,  promoted ;   First  Lieutenant, 
July  23,   1863,  with  rank   from  March   17, 

1863,  vice  T.  W.  Robertson,  resigned. 
HAGADORN,  FRANCIS  L.,  age  42  years; 

enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Major,  December  19, 
1861 ;  discharged,  May  12,  1862 ;  commis- 
sioned Major,  February  26,  1862,  with 
rank  from  December  17,  1861,  vice  D. 
McLellan,  discharged. 

HAMILTON,  GAVIN,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  May  27,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  August  15, 
1861 ;  First  Lieutenant,  January  19,  1862 ; 
discharged,  May  16,  1862 ;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  19,  1862,  vice  James 
B.  Ayres,  resigned. 

HAMILTON,  THOMAS,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, no  date;  Sergeant-Major,  October 
16,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  February  19,  1863 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  July  i,  1863; 
mustered  out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  10,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
20,  1863,  vice  J.  Glendinning,  promoted ; 
First  Lieutenant,  June  12,  1863,  with  rank 
from  February  17,  1863,  vice  R.  Armour, 
promoted. 

HEFFRON,  HENRY  G.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Hospital 


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Steward,  May  13,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  January  19,  1862; 
Captain,  Company  B,  October  16,  1862 ; 
mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Janu- 
ary 26,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  Colonel, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  August  13,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  19,  1862,  vice  Samuel 
R.  Elliott,  mustered  out;  Captain,  October 
24,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  25, 

1862,  vice    James    A.    Farrish,    resigned ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  27,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  26,  1865,  vice  J.  More, 
mustered  out. 

HOLMES,  PATRICK,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled May  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Quarter- 
master, June  i,  1861 ;  discharged,  June  4, 
1861 ;  not  commissioned. 

HOWISON,  GEORGE,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, no  date;  Quartermaster-Sergeant, 
October  16,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  March  18,  1863  ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  April  29,  1863 ;  mus- 
tered out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  23,  1863,  with  rank  from  March  17, 

1863,  vice  W.  Gray,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  10,  1863,  with  rank  from 
April  28,   1863,   vice   S.   F.   Wallace,  pro- 
moted. 

HUNTER,  JOHN  R.,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  A, 
May  13,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date ; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  January 
19,  1862 ;  discharged,  May  21,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  24, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  19,  1862, 
vice  A.  Graham,  promoted. 

HUTCHINSON,  HENRY,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  May  27,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  January 
15,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  F,  Janu- 
ary 21,  1863 ;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  29,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  17,  1862,  vice  S.  F.  Wal- 
lace, promoted. 


INNES,  JAMES,  age  22  years  (correct 
name,  John  A.  MacKenzie)  ;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  B,  Sep- 
tember 26,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
August  i,  1864;  discharged,  September  25, 
1864;  again  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  October  8, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  October  8,  1864; 
as  Captain,  Company  E,  January  26,  1865 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  14,  1865, 
at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  September  30,  1864,  with  rank 
from  September  6,  1864,  vice  G.  Howison, 
mustered  out ;  Captain,  January  27,  1865, 
with  rank  from  January  26,  1865,  vice 
H.  G.  Heffron,  promoted. 

IRELAND,  DAVID,  age  —  years ;  enrolled 
May  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  June  I,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, September  12,  1861,  to  accept  ap- 
pointment in  Regular  Army;  subsequent 
service  in  I37th  Infantry;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

IVES,  WALTER  B.,  age  29  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  May  28,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  February  28,  1862 ;  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  March  29,  1862 ;  dis- 
missed, March  6,  1863;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant  nor  First  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  Captain,  April  3,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  28,  1862,  vice  W. 
Manson,  resigned. 

JUDGE,  FRANCIS  WARREN,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  K,  May  28,  1861 ; 
promoted  Corporal,  August  I,  1861 ;  Ser- 
geant, January  26,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
April  9,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  medal  of  honor;  again 
enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  February  21,  1865 ;  as  Captain, 
March  17,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ; 
Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  First  Lieutenant, 
September  30,  1864,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 6,  1864,  vice  G.  H.  Ladley,  mus- 
tered out;  Captain,  March  n,  1865,  with 
rank  from  February  8,  1865,  original. 


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KENNEDY,  CRAMMOND,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  Lenoir,  Tenn.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  Oc- 
tober 13,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet;  commissioned  Chaplain, 
November  13,  1863,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 16,  1863,  vice  J.  C.  Wyatt,  deceased. 

KING,  JAMES  S.,  late  Captain,  i62d  In- 
fantry; mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  this  regiment,  October  7, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
February  3,  1865 ;  as  Captain,  Company  D, 
July  i,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  Major, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  September  28,  1864,  with 

rank  of  same  date,  vice  ;  First 

Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  January  27,  1865, 
with  rank  from  January  26,  1865,  vice 
J.  Gilrnore,  discharged ;  Captain,  June  24, 
1865,  with  rank  from  June  15,  1865,  vice 
Hugh  Young,  resigned. 

KINNEAR,  JAMES,  age  38  years;  enrolled 
at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
E,  January  7,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
June  16,  1862,  at  James  Island,  S.  C. ;  died 
of  his  wounds,  June  18,  1862,  at  Secession- 
ville,  S.  C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, March  4,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  27,  1862,  vice  J.  B.  Sinclair,  pro- 
moted. 

KOCHERT,  FREDERICK,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  May  27,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  9,  1862 ;  dis- 
charged, November  12,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  16,  1862,  vice  John  F. 
Coulter,  promoted. 

LADLEY,  GEORGE  H.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  May  13,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
no  date;  Sergeant-Major,  April  5,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany A,  April  9,  1863 ;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
April  23,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  12,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February  17,  1863,  vice  T.  Hamilton,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  December  n, 


1863,  with  rank  from  April  22,  1863,  vice 
J.  R.  Menzies,  resigned. 

LAING,  JOSEPH,  age  33  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  G, 
May  13,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  April  21;  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  28,  1861,  original. 

LOWEN,  CHARLES,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled February  n,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  February  16,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  May  31,  1864; 
promoted  Corporal,  September  23,  1864; 
Sergeant,  December  i,  1864;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  21,  1865 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  20, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  July  14, 
1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  n,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  26,  1865,  vice  A.  Doug- 
las, promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May  16, 
1865,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1865,  vice  A. 
Douglas,  promoted. 

LUSK,  WILLIAM  T.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  August  3,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  January  19,  1862;  discharged, 
February  28,  1863 ;  subsequent  service  in 
U.  S.  Volunteers ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant  (militia),  September  19,  1861, 
with  rank  from  August  3,  1861,  vice  W.  B. 
Drake,  resigned;  Captain,  February  24, 

1862,  with    rank    from   January    19,    1862, 
vice  H.  A.  Ellis,  promoted  to  U.  S.  Army. 

MAcDONALD,  JOHN  E.,  age  28  years ;  en- 
rolled near  Fredericksburg,  Va.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
December  I,  1861 ;  discharged,  April  13, 

1863,  for  appointment  in  U.  S.  Volunteers ; 
commissioned    Surgeon,    March    22,    1862, 
with  rank  from  January  23,   1862,  vice  J. 
Norval,  prisoner  of  war. 

MACKAY,  DAVID,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
at  Milldale,  Miss.,  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
June  1-6,  1863 ;  discharged,  June  2,  1864,  at 
New  York  city  for  promotion  in  U.  S. 
Colored  Troops;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  May  20,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  5,  1863,  vice  Andrew  Mellville,  re- 
signed. 


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MALLON,  DAVID  J.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, April  10,  1863;  mustered  out,  May 
31,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  March  29,  1865 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  14,  1865^  at  Alex- 
andria, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, March  n,  1865,  with  rank  from 
February  i,  1865,  original;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, not  mustered,  July  12,  1865,  with  rank 
from  June  30,  1865,  vice  J.  C.  Ross,  re- 
signed. 

HANSON,  WILLIAM,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany A,  May  28,  1861 ;  discharged,  March 
29,  1862;  not  commissioned. 

MANTON,  DANIEL  E.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany I,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  20,  1862 ; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  July  31,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany C,  January  2,  1863 ;  discharged,  Feb- 
ruary 24,  1863;  not  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, October  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  30,  1862,  vice  John  Whyte,  resigned. 

MARSHALL,  ROBERT,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  May  28,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  January  19,  1862 ; 
discharged,  May  27,  1862,  at  Beaufort, 
S.  C. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Janu- 
ary 19,  1862,  vice  W.  T.  Lusk,  promoted. 

MARTIN,  GEORGE  D.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  May  13,  1861 ;  as  Quartermaster, 
October  20,  1861 ;  discharged,  May  31, 
1864;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  February  26,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  20,  1861,  vice  P. 
Holmes,  resigned.  ^ 

MATHIESON,  KENNETH,  age  40  years ; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Cap- 
tain, January  19,  1862 ;  discharged  for  dis- 


ability, March  27,  1862;  not  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant ;  commissioned  Captain, 
February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
19,  1862,  vice  Thomas  Barclay,  resigned. 

McGIFFIN,  JAMES,  age  30  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
April  9,  1863 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  July  I,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  to  date  March  7,  1863;  mus- 
tered out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  June  12, 
1863,  with  rank  from  April  22,  1863,  vice 
C.  Syme,  resigned ;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 10,  1863,  with  rank  from  March  6, 
1863,  vice  J.  Glendinning,  promoted. 

McLEAN,  JAMES,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  B, 
August  28,  1862;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
September  26,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  February  2,  1865 ;  as  Captain, 
March  17,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  January 
27,  1865,  with  rank  from  January  26,  1865, 
original;  Captain,  March  n,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  26,  1865,  vice  A.  D. 
Baird,  promoted. 

McLELLAN,  DAVID,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled May  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Major, 
June  i,  1861 ;  discharged,  August  10,  1861 ; 
not  commissioned. 

McLETCHIE,  ANDREW,  age  25  years ;  en- 
rolled June  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  January  23,  1862;  dis- 
charged in  April,  1862;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  July  4,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  26,  1861,  original. 

McNIE,  ROBERT,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Captain, 
no  date;  discharged,  May  18,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant  (militia),  De- 
cember 13,  1861,  with  rank  from  August 
12,  1860;  Captain  (militia),  October  12, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  4,  1861,  vice 
J.  Christie,  discharged. 

McPHERSON,  JOHN  A.,  age  —  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 


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tenant,  Company  A,  May  28,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, July  29,  1861 ;  not  commissioned. 

MEAD,  RICHARD  T.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled July  5,  1863,  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, July  8,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  31, 
1864,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  July  23,  1863,  with  rank 
from  July  8,  1863,  vice  A.  T.  Fitch,  pro- 
moted. 

MELLVILLE,  ANDREW,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  i,  1862,  at  Washington 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  September  20,  1862;  dis- 
charged, April  27,  1863 ;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  September  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  n,  1862, 
original. 

MENZIES,  JOHN  R.,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  May  13,  1861 ;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  12, 
1862 ;  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  No- 
vember 12,  1862;  discharged,  April  22, 
1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  12,  1862, 
vice  James  Gilmore,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  29,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  12,  1862,  vice  R.  M.  Clark,  re- 
signed. 

MONTGOMERY,  WILLIAM  S.,  age  30 
years ;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  March  i,  1862; 
Captain,  Company  F,  October  16,  1862 ; 
mustered  out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned,  not  mustered.  Second 
Lieutenant  (militia),  August  10,  1861,  with 
rank  from  June  7,  1861,  original ;  First 
Lieutenant,  April  3,  1862,  with  rank  from 
'March  i,  1862,  vice  John  A.  Falconer,  re- 
signed ;  Captain,  October  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  27,  1862,  vice  Robert 
Campbell,  resigned. 

MORE,  JOHN,  age  38  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
D,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Captain,  Oc- 
tober 28,  1861 ;  wounded  and  captured  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Manassas,  Va. ; 
paroled,  no  date;  promoted  Major,  No- 
vember 26,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, February  17,  1863;  mustered 


out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant  (militia),  May 
24,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  27,  1861 ; 
Captain,  November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  28,  1861,  vice  D.  Brown,  killed  in 
action;  Major,  November  29,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  17,  1862,  vice  Wil- 
liam St.  George  Elliott,  resigned;  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, March  12,  1863,  with  rank 
from  February  17,  1863,  vice  D.  Morrison, 
promoted. 

MORRISON,  DAVID,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Major, 
October  21,  1861 ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Jan- 
uary 17,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Colonel, 
February  17,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  31, 
1864,  at  New  York  city;  Brigadier- 
General,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
March  13,  1865 ;  commissioned  Captain, 
May  27,  1861,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
original ;  not  commissioned  Major ;  com- 
missioned Lieutenant-Colonel,  February  26, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  3,  1861, 
vice  S.  M.  Elliott,  resigned ;  Colonel, 
March  12,  1863,  with  rank  from  February 
17,  1863,  vice  A.  Farnsworth,  resigned. 

MORRISON,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  May  13,  1861 ;  discharged, 
September  9,  1861 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant  (militia),  July  14,  1859,  with 
rank  from  June  9,  1859,  original. 

NOBLES,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  —  years ;  en- 
rolled to  serve  three  years,  and  appointed 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  no  date ;  discharged, 
December  3,  1861 ;  not  commissioned. 

NORVAL,  JAMES,  age  36  years;  enrolled 
May  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  June 
i,  1861 ;  captured  in  action  and  exchanged, 
no  dates;  discharged,  to  date  June  13, 
1863 ;  subsequent  service  in  84th  Militia ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet ;  not  commissioned. 

OSTRANDER,  WILLIAM  A.  L.,  age  33 
years ;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  27,  1861 ; 
promoted  Quartermaster,  June  4,  1861 ; 
discharged,  October  3,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster 


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(militia),    September    3,    1861,    with    rank 
from  June  II,  1861,  original. 

PIER,  GEORGE  W.,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  January  19,  1862;  Captain, 
Company  E,  July  7,  1862 ;  discharged,  Sep- 
tember 25,  1862 ;  not  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  19,  1862,  vice  William  St.  George 
Elliott,  promoted;  Captain,  July  21,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  12,  1862,  vice  William 
St.  George  Elliott,  promoted. 

REID,  JAMES,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  May  27,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  no  date;  Sergeant-Ma- 
jor, May  21,  1862;  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  June  20,  1862;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  January  2,  1863; 
discharged,  April  28,  1863,  at  Lebanon, 
Ky.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  20, 
1862,  vice  James  Kinnear,  died  of 
wounds  received  in  action;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  24,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  30,  1862,  vice  J.  Gil- 
more,  appointed  Adjutant;  recommis- 
sioned,  not  mustered,  declined,  First 
Lieutenant,  June  n,  1863,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  himself,  resigned. 

RIGER,  PETER,  age  -- -  years;  enrolled 
to  serve  three  years,  and  appointed 
Chaplain,  no  date;  discharged,  Decem- 
ber 9,  1861;  not  commissioned. 

RILEY,  CHARLES,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  K,  May  28,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  2,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  G,  March  i,  1864; 
mustered  out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  26,  1863,  with  rank  from 
April  28,  1862,  vice  W.  Fitzsimmons, 
resigned. 

ROBERTSON,  THOMAS  W.,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  E,  May  27,  1861; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
H,  January  19,  1862;  First  Lieutenant, 


May  16,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  June 
16,  1862,  at  James  Island,  S.  C;  dis- 
charged for  disability  from  wounds, 
August  25,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  January  19,  1862,  vice 
George  W.  Pier,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  16,  1862,  vice  Robert  Campbell,  dis- 
charged. 

ROBINSON,  GEORGE,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  August  5,  1862;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  June  i,  1864;  Sergeant, 
September  23,  1864;  First  Sergeant, 
February  2,  1865;  discharged,  May  30, 
1865;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  16,  1865,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1865,  vice  C.  Lowen,  pro- 
moted. 

ROSS,  JAMES  CHARLES,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  at  Tarrytown  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  March  28,  1865;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  5,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  14,  1865,  at  Alexandria, 
Va.;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
April  22,  1865,  with  rank  from  April  8, 
1865,  original. 

ROSS,  WILLIAM  S.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  K,  May  28,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  May  21,  1862;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  September  27, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  16, 
1862,  vice  T.  W.  Robertson,  promoted. 

SHEARER,  JOHN,  age  39  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  I,  May  27,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  July  21,  1861,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  discharged,  May  31, 

1864,  at   New   York  city;   again   enrolled 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company   D,    March  29,    1865;   as   First 
Lieutenant,    Company   A,   July   I,    1865; 
mustered    out    with    company,    July    14, 

1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second     Lieutenant,     March     n,     1865, 
with   rank  from    February   I,    1865,  vice 


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R.  Gardner,  discharged;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, June  214,  1865,  with  rank  from  June 
15,  1865,  vice  James  S.  King,  promoted. 

SHILLINGLAW,  ROBERT  T.,  age  32 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  I,  May  27,  1861 ; 
discharged,  January  20,  1863;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  com- 
missioned Captain,  October  23,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  27,  1861,  original. 

SIMPSON,  WILLIAM,  age  39  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  Second  Lieutenant, July  17, 
1861;  First  Lieutenant,  January  19,  1862; 
Captain,  January  2,  1863;  mustered  in 
as  Major,  March  7,  1863;  mustered  out, 
May  31,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant  (militia), 
September  3,  1861,  with  rank  from  July 
17,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
19,  1862,  vice  K.  Mathieson,  promoted; 
Captain,  April  3,  1862,  with  rank  from 
March  27,  1862,  vice  K.  Mathieson,  re- 
signed; Major,  March  12,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  17,  1863,  vice  J. 
More,  promoted. 

SINCLAIR,  JAMES  B.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  27,  1861; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  August  10, 
1861;  mustered  out,  October  30,  1861, 
for  promotion  in  I4th  U.  S.  Infantry; 
Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet; 
not  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant  nor 
First  Lieutenant. 

STEVENS,  HAZZARD,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  three  years,  and  ap- 
pointed First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
no  date;  discharged,  September  12,  1861, 
for  promotion  to  Captain  and  Assistant 
Adjutant-General,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  not 
commissioned. 

STEVENS,  ISAAC  I.,  Second  Lieutenant, 
U.  S.  Engineers,  July  i,  1839;  First 
Lieutenant,  July  i,  1840;  Captain,  U.  S. 
Army,  by  brevet,  August  20,  1847,  for 
gallant  and  meritorious  conduct  at 
Coutreras  and  Cherubusco;  Major,  U.  S. 
Army,  by  brevet,  from  September  13, 
1847,  for  gallant  and  meritorious  conduct 
at  Chapultepec ;  resigned,  March  16,  1853 ; 


appointed  Colonel,  this  regiment,  no 
date;  discharged,  September  28,  1861, 
for  promotion  to  Brigadier-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers;  not  commissioned. 

SUNDERLAND,  RICHARD,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  C,  May  27,  1861;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  no  date;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  De- 
cember ii,  1862;  dismissed,  January  13, 
1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  u,  1862,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  vice  F.  Kochert,  discharged. 

SYME,  CHARLES,  age  -  -  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  E,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  16,  1862;  dis- 
charged, April  22,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  24,  1862,  vice 
Alexander  Fraser,  resigned. 

TAYLOR,  JAMES,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  D,  May  27, 
1861;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  no 
date;  discharged,  October  17,  1861;  not 
commissioned. 

TENNANT,  JOHN  H.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  August  28,  1862;  promoted 
Corporal,  May  18,  1863;  Sergeant,  Janu- 
ary i,  1864;  transferred  to  Company  A, 
May  31,  1864;  to  Company  B,  July  31, 
1864;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  December  I,  1864;  discharged 
with  detachment,  May  30,  1865,  at 
Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  January  27, 
1865,  with  rank  from  January  26,  1865, 
vice  A.  L.  Baird,  promoted. 

TURNER,  JOHN  P.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  February  n,  1862;  promoted 
Corporal,  September  23,  1864;  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  December  I,  1864;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  21, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
14,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  27, 
1865,  with  rank  from  January  26,  1865, 
original. 


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WALLACE,  SAMUEL  F.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  D,  May  27,  1861; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  January  8, 
1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
November  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  Decem- 
ber 19,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  H, 
July  i,  1863;  mustered  out,  May  .31, 
1864,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  24,  1862,  vice 
William  S.  Ross,  discharged;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  29,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  17,  1862,  vice  John 
Windsor,  promoted;  Captain,  June  12, 
1863,  with  rank  from  April  28,  1863,  vice 
A.  Graham,  resigned. 

WATSON,  CHARLES,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  C,  May  27,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  August  15,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  January  13,  1863;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  February  24,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  November  25,  1863, 
at  Knoxville,  Tenn.;  mustered  out,  May 
31,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  28, 

1863,  with  rank  from  January  13,   1863, 
vice     R.     Sunderland,    dismissed;     First 
Lieutenant,     June     12,     1863,     with     rank 
from     February     17,     1863,     vice     D.     E. 
Manton,  resigned. 

WHYTE,  JOHN,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  K,  May  28,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  April  9,  1863;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
July  5,  1863;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Janu- 
ary 23,  1864;  mustered  out,  May  31, 

1864,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June   i'2,   1863,  with 
rank  from  February  27,  1863,  vice  J.  S. 
Dingwall,   promoted;    First    Lieutenant, 
December     10,     1863,    with    rank    from 
August  i,  1863,  vice  D.  A.  Falconer,  dis- 
charged. 

WHYTE,  JOHN,  age  48  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 


and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  May  27,  1861;  transferred 
to  Company  C,  no  date;  discharged  in 
August,  1862,  at  Newport  News,  Va.; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  (mili- 
tia), June  3,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
20,  1861,  original. 

WINDSOR,  JOHN,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant-Ma- 
jor, May  13,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  August  9,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  January  19, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  G,  May 
10,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  December  19,  1862;  mustered 
out,  May  31,  1864,  at  New  York  city; 
not  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  April  3, 
1862,  with  rank  from  March  27,  1862, 
vice  W>  Simpson,  promoted;  Captain, 
December  29,  1862,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 17,  1862,  vice  J.  More,  promoted. 

WITHERSPOON,  JAMES,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  three  years,  and  ap- 
pointed Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
G,  no  date;  discharged,  August  10,  1861, 
at  Washington,  D.  C.;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

WYATT,  JAMES  C.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  Green  River,  Ky.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain, 
March  18,  1862;  died,  July  10,  1863,  at 
Memphis,  Tenn.;  commissioned  Chap- 
lain, February  20,  1862,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  P.  Riger,  resigned. 

YOUNG,  HUGH,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  musteied  in  as  Private,  Company 
F,  August  30,  1862;  promoted  Corporal, 
April  6,  1863;  transferred  to  Company 
A,  no  date;  promoted  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany B,  August  (,  1864;  First  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  December  I,  1864;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  February 
2,  1865;  as  Captain,  March  17,  1865;  dis- 
charged, June  26,  1865;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  27,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  26,  1865,  vice  J. 
Innes,  promoted;  Captain,  March  n, 
1865,  with  rank  from  February  i,  1865, 
original. 


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EIGHTIETH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY  (VETERAN). 
Twentieth  New  York  State  Militia;  Ulster  Guard. 

On  the  return  of  the  2Oth  Militia  from  its  three  months'  service,  Col.  George  W.  Pratt 
received  authority  to  reorganize  it  at  Kingston  as  a  regiment  of  volunteers,  and  it  was  mus- 
tered in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years  between  September  20  and  October 
20,  1861.  December  7,  1861,  it  received  its  State  numerical  designation,  and  May  24,  1863, 
the  three  years'  men  of  the  35th  Infantry.  At  the  expiration  of  its  term  of  service  the 
men  entitled  thereto  were  mustered  out  and  the  regiment  retained  in  service.  November 
6,  1864,  a  new  company  joined  the  regiment,  taking  the  letter  I. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally  in  Ulster  county;  quite  a  number  of  men 
from  the  neighboring  counties  joined  the  regiment,  however,  and  the  men  enlisted  for 
James  A.  Raney's  Battery  became  part  of  it. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  October  26,  1861 ;  served  in  Wadsworth's  Brigade  from 
October,  1861 ;  in  McDowell's  Division,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  November,  1861 ;  in  2d 
Brigade,  McDowell's  Division,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  January,  1862;  in  Patrick's,  1st, 
Brigade,  King's,  3d,  Division,  1st  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  March,  1862;  in  2d 
Brigade,  same  division,  Department  Rappahannock,  from  May,  1862;  in  3d  Brigade,  ist 
Division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia,  from  June,  1862;  in  same  brigade  and  division,  ist 
Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  September  12,  1862;  in  Patrick's  Provost  Guard  Brigade, 
Army  of  Potomac,  from  January  7,  1863;  in  ist  Brigade,  3d  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army 
of  Potomac,  from  June,  1863;  in  Provost  Guard  Brigade,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  July 
16,  1863;  in  the  Independent  Brigade,  9th  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  March,  1865; 
on  provost  duty  at  City  Point,  Va.,  from  April  7,  1865 ;  at  Richmond,  Va.,  from  April  22, 
1865;  at  Norfolk,  Va.,  from  November  27,  1865;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and 
mustered  out,  under  Col.  Jacob  B.  Hardenbergh,  January  29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  5  officers,  81  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  3  officers,  39  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
156  enlisted  men;  total,  8  officers;  276  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  284;  of  whom  22  enlisted 
men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  by  the  explosion  of  ammunition  at  City  Point,  Va., 
August  9,  1864,  the  regiment  lost,  by  death,  6  enlisted  men;  and  it  took  part  in  the  fol- 
lowing engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

I  Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

1862. 
May          ii 
20 
Aug.  1  6— 
Sept.     2 

New  Salem  Church,  Va       ....             

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

6 

138 

2 

73 

279 

i 
54 
17 
19 

170 

Norman's  Ford           .  . 

23 
26 
28 
29 
30 
Sept.            i 

7 

Bull  Run  

i 

30 

3 

18 

Chantilly  

M 
i? 
Oct.          24 

Antietam,  Md  

i 

10 

7 

2 

31 

2 

3 

15 

Manassas  Junction,  Va  

Dec.    11—15 

Gettysburg,  Pa  

1863. 
July        1-3 
July    11-13 
Oct            13 

3 

32 

9 

IS 

87 

I 

23 

Nov.  26- 
Dec.     2 

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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd.  ' 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

1864. 
May        5-7 
8-21 
22-26 
27-31 
Tune     i-  i  2 

Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va  

Cold  Harbor,  Va  

June  19- 
April  2, 
1865 
1865. 
April           2 

Fall  of  Petersburg,  Va  

3 

10 

!3 

Total  loss                    

S 

81 

3 

39 

25 

281 

5 

114 

553 

OFFICERS    OF   THE   REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

GEORGE  W.  PRATT,  from  October  3, 
1861,  to  September  II,  1862. 

THEODORE  B.  GATES,  from  September 
n,  1862,  to  November  22,  1864. 

JACOB  B.  HARDENBERGH,  from  No- 
vember 23,  1864,  to  January  29,  1866. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

THEODORE  B.  GATES,  from  Septem- 
ber 10,  1861,  to  September  n,  1862. 

JACOB  B.  HARDENBERGH,  from  Sep- 
tember 12,  1862,  to  November  23,  1864. 

JOHN    McENTEE,    from    December    19, 

1864,  to  April  1 6,  1866. 

Majors. 

JACOB  B.  HARDENBERGH,  from  Sep- 
tember 24,  1861,  to  September  12,  1862. 

WALTER  A.  VAN  RENSSELAER,  from 
September  22,  1862,  to  November  14, 
1864- 

JOHN    R.    LESLIE,    from    January    n, 

1865,  to  January  29,   1866. 

Adjutants. 

JOHN  M.  SCHOONMAKER,  from  Oc- 
tober 25,  1861,  to  October  25,  1864. 
GEORGE  B.  MULKS,  from  October  25, 

1864,  to  March  6,  1865. 

GEORGE  G.   HASTEN,   from   March  6, 

1865,  to  January  29,  1866. 

Quartermasters. 

JOHN  S.  GRIFFITHS,  from  October  3, 
1861,  to  February  2,  1863. 


WILLIAM  S.  FRELIGH,  from  February 

2,  1863,  to  December  8,  1864. 

AMOS   B.  FERGUSON,  from   December 

9,  1864,  to  April  15,  1865. 
STANDISH    V.    CORNISH,    from    April 

15,    1865,  to  January  29,    1866. 

Paymaster. 

SELAH  O.  TUTHILL,  from  October  23 
to  November  17,  1861. 

Surgeon. 
ROBERT    LOUGHRAN,    from    October 

3,  1861,  to  January  29,  1866. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
ROBERT  K.   TUTHILL,    from   October  3, 

1861,  to    April   30,    1863. 
HOWARD  E.   GATES,  from  August  28, 

1862,  to   November  23,    1864. 
WILLIAM    TAYLOR,    from   July   3,    1863, 

to  January  29,  1866. 

CORREL  L.  HUMPHREY,  from  May 
16  to  June  13,  1865. 

Chaplains. 

CORNELIUS  VAN  SANTVOORD,  from 
October  10,  1861,  to  November  18,  1862. 

THOMAS  W.  STREET,  from.  July  18, 
1864,  to  May  17,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  OF  ENGINEERS. 
Captain: 

CORNELIUS  D.  WESTBROOK,  from 
October  4  to  November  17,  1861. 


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OF   COMPANY   A. 
Captains: 
JAMES   SMITH,  from   October  7,    1861, 

to  September  6,  1862. 
JOHN  McENTEE,  from  October  5,  1862, 

to  December  19,  1864. 
ELSON    M.    MISNER,    from    December 
19,    1864,   to   January  29,    1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  S.  WILKINSON,  from  Oc- 
tober 3,  1861,  to  October  7,  1862. 

MADISON  J.  C.  WOODWORTH,  from 
November  i,  1862,  to  October  14,  1864. 

JOHN     BEVINES,     from     November     6, 

1864,  to  June  21,   1865. 

JOHN    JACOB    SMITH,    from   June    22, 

1865,  to  January  29,  1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOSEPH  H.  HARRISON,  from  October 
22,  1861,  to  September  5,  1862. 

THOMAS  W.  RIDER,  from  September 
5,  1862,  to  April  i,  1863. 

JOHN  W.  CARR,  from  June  6  to  Decem- 
ber 23,  1864. 

LEWIS  THOMAS,  September  29,  1864. 

JACOB  H.  WINFIELD,  from  December 
24,  1864,  to  March  25,  1865. 

JOHN  JACOB  SMITH,  from  March  25 
to  June  22,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

WALTER     A.     VAN      RENSSELAER, 
from  September  10,  1861,  to  September 
22,   1862. 
JOHN'R.   LESLIE,  from   September  22, 

1862,  to  January   n,    1865. 
ISAAC  C.  BUSWELL,  from  January  11, 
1865,   to  January  29,    1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN     R.     LESLIE,    from     October    9, 

1861,  to  September  22,  1862. 
JAMES    HATCH,    from     September     n, 

1862,  to  March  25,  1863. 

ISAAC  C.  BUSWELL,  from  July  2,  1864, 

to  January  u,  1865. 
TIMOTHY     MURRAY,    from    February 

18,  1865,  to  January  29,  1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  R.  NEAR,  from  September 
10,  1861,  to  May  i,  1862. 


JAMES  HATCH,  from  May  i  to  Sep- 
tember ii,  1862. 

PHILIP  DEITZ,  from  September  22, 
1862,  to  April  21,  1864. 

AMOS  B.  FERGUSON,  from  September 
27  to  December  9,  1864. 

JACOB  H.  WINFIELD,  from  December 
9  to  24,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

JOHN  RUDOLPH  TAPPEN,  from  Oc- 
tober 4,   1861,  to   September  7,   1862. 
MARTIN  SNYDER,   from   September  7, 
1862,   to   January   29,    1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ANDREW   S.    SCHUTT,   from    September 

12,  1861,  to  September  5,  1864. 
GEORGE  G.  MASTEN,  from  November 

22,    1864,  to    March   6,    1865. 
GEORGE  B.  MULKS,  from  March  6  to 

25,  1865. 
JACOB  H.  WINFIELD,  from  March  25, 

1865,   to  January  29,    1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
MARTIN  SNYDER,  from  September  30, 

1861,  to  September  7,   1862. 

JAMES   FLEMING,  from  September  22, 

1862,  to   September  22,    1864. 
GEORGE  G.  MASTEN,  from  November 

19    to    22,    1864. 

JOHN  H.  DUNN,  from  April  19,  1865,  to 
January  29,  1866. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
DANIEL  McMAHON,   from   September   5, 

1861,  to  June  23,  1864. 

JOHN  M.  SCHOONMAKER,  from  De- 
cember 19,  1864,  to  January  29,  1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  MICK,  from  October  24,  1861, 
to  September  30,  1862. 

EDWARD  McMAHON,  from  September 
30,  1862,  to  July  27,  1863. 

JOHN  M.  SCHOONMAKER,  from  No- 
vember 9  to  December  19,  1864. 

JAMES  HATCH,  from  October  9,  1864, 
to  January  29,  1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  G.  WILSON,  JR.,  from  Septem- 
ber 5,  1861,  to  May  17,  1862. 


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2863 


EDWARD  McMAHON,  from  May  18  to 
September  30,  1862. 

HENRY  CLARK,  from  September  30, 
1862,  to  January  16,  1863. 

GEORGE  B.  WALCOTT,  from  March 
19,  1863,  to  September  8,  1864. 

TIMOTHY  MURRAY,  from  December 
25,  1864,  to  P'ebruary  18,  1865. 

STANDISH  V.  CORNISH,  from  Janu- 
ary 10  to  April  15,  1865. 

ABRAM  D.  MILLER,  from  April  i,  1865, 
to  January  29,  1866. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
PELETIAH  WARD,  from  September  25, 

1861,  to  September  3,  1862. 
GILBERT   D.   CORNELIUS,  from   Sep- 
tember 4,  1862,  to  May  15,  1863. 
WILLIAM  W.  BECKWITH,  from  June 
10,  1863,  to  January  29,  1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ELBRIDGE  G.  FULLER,  from  September 

25,  1861,  to . 

ALBERT  S.  PEASE,  from  October  18  to 

December  23,  1861. 
GEORGE      HEWITT      WALLIS,      from 

March  22  to  May  2,  1862. 
GILBERT  D.  CORNELIUS,  from  May  2  to 

September  4,  1862. 
MADISON   J.   C.   WOODWORTH,    from 

September  5  to  November  I,  1862. 
GEORGE  W.  BRANKSTONE,  from  April 
.    21  to  July  I,  1863. 
JOHN  W.  CARR,  from  December  23,  1864, 

to  May  26,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

EDGAR  T.  DUDLEY,  from  September 
25,  1861,  to  February  i,  1862. 

THEODORE  VAN  KLEEK,  from  Feb- 
ruary 10  to  August  2,  1862. 

OLIVER  A.  CAMPBELL,  from  August 
2,  1862,  to  January  9,  1863. 

JOHN  VERNON  BOUVIER,  from  Jan- 
uary 7  to  March  6,  1863. 

ABRAM  MERRITT,  from  April  21,  1863, 
to  September  23,  1864. 

SAMUEL  NORFOLK,  from  December 
28,  1864,  to  January  29,  1866. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

JOSEPH  S.  CORBIN,  from  September 
27,  1861,  to  July  i,  1863. 


NICHOLAS  HOYSRADT,  from  March 
i,  1864,  to  January  29,  1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 

NICHOLAS  HOYSRADT,  from  Septem- 
ber 14,  1861,  to  March  I,  1864. 

ELSON  M.  MISNER,  from  April  13  to 
May  i,  1864. 

THOMAS  LEAHY,  from  December  28, 
1864,  to  January  29,  1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  NORTH,  JR.,  from  September 

27,  1861,  to  October  7,  1862. 
JOHN  DELACROIX,  from  October  7,  1862, 

to  September  6,   1864. 
LYMAN  HOYSRADT,  from  December  28, 

1864,  to  March  2,  1866. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

JAMES  TALLMADGE  HENDRICKS, 
from  September  27,  1861,  to  September  17, 
1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  CUNNINGHAM,  from  Oc- 
tober 9,  1862,  to  October  10,  1864. 
MADISON    J.    C.    WOODWO>RTH,    from 
October  14,  1864,  to  November  8,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  H.  CUNNINGHAM,  from  Sep- 
tember 19,  1861,  to  October  9,  1862. 

JAMES  M.  VAN  VALKENBURGH,  from 
September  17,  1862,  to  January  13,  1863. 

GEORGE  B.  MULKS,  from  January  13, 
1863,  to  October  25,  1864. 

ISAAC  THOMAS,  from  January  25,  1865, 
to  January  29,  1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  M.  VAN  VALKENBURGH,  from 

September  24,  1861,  to  September  17,  1862. 
JAMES  SMITH,  from  October  31,  1862,  to 

July  26,  1864. 
ISAAC  THOMAS,  from  December  28,  1864, 

to  January  25,  1865. 
EDDY    B.    TOWNSEND,    from   March   8, 

1865,  to  March  2,  1866. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 

Captains: 

ABRAM  S.  SMITH,  from  October  9,  1861, 
to  February  19,  1863. 


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THOMAS   ALEXANDER,    from   February 

23,  1863,  to  March  10,  1865. 
GEORGE  B.  MULKS,  from  March  25,  1865, 

to  January  29,  1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ELY  R.  DOBBS,  from  October  9,  1861,  to 

October  21,  1862. 
THOMAS    ALEXANDER,    from    October 

21,  1862,  to  February  23,  1863. 
EDWARD    A.    ROSS,    from    March    19, 

1863,  to  November  I,  1864. 
EUGENE    SUBIT,    from    December    29, 

1864,  to  January  29,  1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

MARTIN  H.  SWARTHOUT,  from  Oc- 
tober 9,  1861,  to  September  17,  1862. 

THOMAS  ALEXANDER,  from  Septem- 
ber 17  to  October  21,  1862. 

EDWARD    A.    ROSS,   from    October   21, 

1862,  to  March  19,  1863. 

ALFRED   TANNER,   from   March    19  to 

December  8,  1863. 
MICHAEL    FARRELL,    from    October 

12,  1864,  to  May  29,  1865. 
SAMUEL    FREDERICK     B.     GILLES- 

PIE,  from  to  January  29,  1866. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
JAMES    D.    BALEN,    from    October    10, 

1861,  to  March  3,  1863. 
JOHN  D.  S.  COOK,  from  March  4,  1863, 

to  December  17,  1864. 
CHARLES  S.   PARKER,  from  April   15, 

1865,  to  January  29,  1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN    D.    S.    COOK,   from   October    10, 

1861,  to   March  4,  1863. 
DEMETRIUS  J.  FRANCE,  from  March 

4,  1863,  to  February  n,  1864. 
REMSEN  VARICK,  from  December  26, 

1864,  to  January  29,   1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

DEMETRIUS  J.   FRANCE,   from  Octo- 
ber 10,  1861,  to  March  4,  1863. 
FRANCIS   D.   DEVALL,  from  March  4, 

1863,  to  September  12,  1864. 
SAMUEL     FREDERICK     B.    GILLES- 

PIE,  from  January  10,   1865,  to  . 


OF  COMPANY  K. 

Captains: 

AMBROSE  N.  BALDWIN,  from  Sep- 
tember 16,  1861,  to  July  3,  1863. 

DEMETRIUS  J.  FRANCE,  from  Febru- 
ary u,  1864,  to  January  29,  1866. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ALEXANDER     MACFARLANE,     from 

September  28  to  December  21,  1861. 
JOHN  ROSS  HORNER,  from  December 

21,  1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 
JOHN  McENTEE,  from  September  22  to 

October  5,  1862. 
GEORGE  NORTH,  JR.,  from  October  7, 

1862,  to  January  7,  1863. 
JOHN      VERNON      BOUVIER,      from 

March  6  to  October  5,  1863. 
ELSON  M.  MISNER,  from  May  i  to  De- 
cember 19,  1864. 
CHARLES  S.  PARKER,  from  December 

25,  1864,  to  April  15,  1865. 
AMOS  B.  FERGUSON,  from  April  15  to 

August  7,  1865. 
RICHARD    E.    HOUGHTALING,    from 

December  9,   1865,  to  January  29,   1866. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  ROSS  HORNER,  from  Septem- 
ber 18  to  December  21,  1861. 

JOHN  McENTEE,  from  February  18  to 
September  22,  1862. 

JOHN  M.  YOUNG,  from  September  2, 
1862,  to  April  12,  1864. 

RICHARD  E.  HOUGHTALING,  from 
March  2  to  December  9,  1865. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

DECKER,   DEMMON   S.,   as   Captain. 

HATCH,  JAMES,  as  Captain. 

RICHARDSON,  RICHARD  H.,  as  Cap- 
tain. 

BRAY,  GEORGE  A.,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

MILLER,  ABRAM  D.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

SMITH,  ALBERT  J.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

BRAY,  GEORGE  A.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

BURKHARDT,  ANTOINE,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

GETHINGS,  JOSEPH  M.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 


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JUDD,  JEHIEL  J.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

LEAHY,  THOMAS,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

MANN,  GEORGE  A.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

WOOD,  CHRISTOPHER,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
OF  THE  STATE  TO  AN  ENLISTED  MAN  AS 
FOLLOWS  : 

CAPRON,  GEORGE  A.,  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany H,  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ALEXANDER,  THOMAS,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  October  21,  1861;  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  September  17,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  October  21,  1862;  as 
Captain,  February  23,  1863;  wounded  in 
action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
discharged  for  disability,  March  10, 
1865,  at  City  Point,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  17,  1862,  vice 
M.  H.  Swarthout,  killed  in  action;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  21,  1862,  vice  E.  R. 
Dobbs,  discharged;  Captain,  March  12, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  23,  1863, 
vice  A.  S.  Smith,  resigned. 

BALDWIN,  AMBROSE  N.,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  20th  N.  Y.  State  Militia; 
enrolled  September  7,  1861,  at  Kingston 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  K,  this  regiment, 
September  16,  1861;  wounded  in  action, 
September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md.; 
killed  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa.;  commissioned  Captain,  March 
17,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  28, 
1861,  original. 

BALEN,  JAMES  D.,  late  First  Lieuten- 
ant, 20th  N.  Y.  State  Militia;  enrolled 
at  Saugerties  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  I,  this 
regiment,  October  10,  1861;  discharged, 
March  3,  1863;  commissioned  Captain, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 10,  1861,  original. 
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BECKWITH,  WILLIAM  W.,  Captain, 
35th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  this  regiment,  June  10, 
1863;  mustered  out,  January  29,  1866; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  U.  S.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865;  com- 
missioned Captain,  June  2,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  15,  1863,  vice  G.  D.  Cor- 
nelius, resigned. 

BEVINES,  JOHN,  late  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 26th  Infantry;  enrolled  September 
3,  1864,  at  Utica  to  serve  one  year;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  unassigned, 
this  regiment,  September  29,  1864;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  November  6,  1864; 
discharged,  June  21,  1865;  see  57th  Infan- 
try; not  commissioned. 

BOUVIER,  JOHN  VERNON,  age  21 
years ;  Private,  Company  G,  ad  Pa.  Infan- 
try, subsequently  igth  Pa.  Infantry,  April 
27,  1861 ;  discharged,  August  8,  1861 ;  en- 
rolled at  Aquia  Creek,  Va.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  appointed  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  this  regiment,  April  25,  1862 ; 
wounded  in  action  and  captured,  August 
29,  1862,  at  the  battle  of  Groveton,  Va. ; 
exchanged,  November  8,  1862 ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  January  7, 
1863;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
March  6,  1863;  discharged,  October  5, 
1863;  Captain,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet,  from  March  13,  1865;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  25, 
1862,  with  rank  from  April  18,  1862,  vice 
E.  T.  Dudley,  resigned;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, March  23,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  7,  1863,  vice  G.  North,  Jr.,  dis- 
charged. 

BRANKSTONE,  GEORGE  W.,  age  20 
years;  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  months,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  2oth  Militia,  to  date 
April  23,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  2,  1861,  at  Kingston, 
N.  Y.;  enrolled  September  20,  1861,  at 
Ellenville  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  E,  this 
regiment,  September  25,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  June  10,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  December  13,  1862,  at  Fred- 
ericksburg,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  April  21,  1863;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Janu- 
ary 7,  1863,  with  rank  from  September 
3,  1862,  vice  G.  D.  Cornelius,  promoted. 


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BRAY,  GEORGE  A.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled September  7,  1861,  at  Kingston 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  K,  September  13, 
1861;  promoted  Corporal,  no  date;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  2,  1864; 
promoted  Sergeant,  May  i,  1864;  First 
Sergeant,  March  I,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  January  29,  1866,  at 
Portsmouth,  Va.;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  May  31, 
1865,  with  rank  from  April  i,  1865,  vice 
T.  Leahy,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
not  mustered,  October  31,  1865,  with 
rank  from  August  7,  1865,  vice  J.  W. 
Carr,  resigned. 

BURKHARDT,  ANTOINE,  age  36 
years;  enrolled  September  25,  1861,  at 
Wawarsing  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  E,  Sep- 
tember 27,  1861;  re-enlisted  as  a  vet- 
eran, January  2,  1864;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, October  i,  1864;  Sergeant,  Octo- 
ber 15,  1864;  First  Sergeant,  December 
27,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
January  29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va.; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  31,  1865,  with  rank 
from  August  7,  1865,  vice  G.  A.  Bray, 
promoted. 

BUSWELL,  ISAAC  C,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
B,  September  8,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, September  10,  1861;  captured  in 
action,  August  5,  1862;  paroled,  no  date; 
promoted  Sergeant,  November  14,  1862; 
First  Sergeant,  March  19,  1863;  wound- 
ed in  action,  July  — ,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  re-enlisted  as  a  vet- 
eran, January  5,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  July  2,  1864;  as  Cap- 
tain, January  n,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  January  29,  1866,  at  Ports- 
mouth, Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, April  22,  1864,  with  rank  from 
March  25,  1863,  vice  J.  Hatch,  dis- 
charged; Captain,  December  7,  1864, 
with  rank  from  November  22,  1864,  vice 
John  R.  Leslie,  promoted. 

CAMPBELL,  OLIVER  A.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  September  20,  1861,  at  Ellen- 
ville  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Corporal,  Company  E,  September  25, 
1861;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 2,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  Sep- 


tember 17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md.;  dis- 
missed, January  9,  1863;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

CARR,  JOHN  W.,  age  18  years;  enrolled 
September  15,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  September  18,  1861; 
promoted  Corporal,  July  8,  1862;  First 
Sergeant,  September  22,  1862;  Sergeant- 
Major,  March  19,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  January  5,  1864;  promoted  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  6, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  December  23,  1864;  dis- 
charged, May  26,  1865;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  22,  1864,  with 
rank  from  March  31,  1863,  vice  T.  W. 
Rider,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 7,  1864,  with  rank  from  July  I, 
1864,  vice  G.  W.  Brankstone,  killed  in 
action. 

CLARK,  HENRY,  age  38  years;  enrolled 
at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B, 
September  5,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant, 
September  6,  1861;  wounded  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Manassas,  Va.;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  September  10, 
1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
September  30,  1862;  discharged  for  dis- 
ability from  wounds,  January  16,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 28,  1863,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 30,  1862,  vice  E.  McMahon,  pro- 
moted. 

COOK,  JOHN  D.  S.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled September  23,  1861,  at  Kingston 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  October 
10,  1861;  as  Captain,  March  4,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Get- 
tysburg, Pa.;  discharged,  December  17, 
1864;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
10,  1861,  original;  Captain,  March  23, 
1863,  with  rank  from  March  4,  1863,  vice 
J.  D.  Balen,  resigned. 

CORBIN,  JOSEPH  S.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  months;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  F,  2Oth  Mili- 
tia, May  n,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
company,  August  2,  1861;  again  enrolled 
August  9,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  this  regiment,  September 


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27,  1861 ;  killed  in  action,  July  i,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  commissioned  Captain, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 27,  1861,  original. 

CORNELIUS,  GILBERT  D.,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  months,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  2Oth  Militia,  to  date 
April  23,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  2,  1861,  at  Kingston, 
N.  Y.;  enrolled  at  Ellenville  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  this  regiment, 
September  25,  1861;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  May  2,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  September  4,  1862;  dis- 
charged, May  15,  1863;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  May  8,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  2,  1862,  vice  G.  H.  Wallis, 
discharged;  Captain,  January  7,  1863, 
with  rank  from  September  3,  1862,  vice 
P.  Ward,  died  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

CORNISH,  STANDISH  V.,age  18  years; 
enrolled  at  Poughkeepsie  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  March  10,  1862;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, April  14,  1863;  Sergeant,  January 
i,  1864;  Sergeant-Major,  October  24, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  January  10,  1865;  as 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster, 
April  15,  1865;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, January  29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth, 
Va.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  24,  1864,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember i,  1864,  vice  Isaac  Thomas,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  March  30,  1865, 
with  rank  from,  February  18,  1865,  vice 
C.  S.  Parker,  promoted;  not  commis- 
sioned Quartermaster. 

CUNNINGHAM,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Kings- 
ton to  serve  three  months ;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  B,  2Oth  Militia, 
May  n,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  2,  1861;  again  enrolled 
September  10,  1861,  at  Lexington  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  this  regiment, 
September  19,  1861;  as  Captain,  October 
9,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  December 
13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va.,  and 
July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  dis- 
charged, October  10,  1864;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862, 


with  rank  from  September  19,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  January  7,  1863,  with 
rank  from  September  18,  1862,  vice  J.  T. 
Hendricks,  died  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

DECKER,  DEMMON  S.,  First  Lieutenant, 
56th  Infantry;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, declined,  Captain,  this  regiment, 
February  13,  1864,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary n,  1864,  vice  A.  N.  Baldwin, 
killed  in  action. 

DEITZ,  PHILIP,  age  32  years;  enrolled 
at  Kingston  to  serve  three  months,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B, 
2oth  Militia,  to  date  April  23,  1861;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  August  2,  1861, 
at  Kingston,  N.  Y.;  again  enrolled  Au- 
gust 16,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  this  regiment,  September 

5,  1861;  promoted   Sergeant,  September 

6,  1861;    First    Sergeant,    May    i,    1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,   1862,  at 
Manassas,  Va.;   mustered   in  as   Second 
Lieutenant,    September    22,    1862;    cash- 
iered, April  21,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond    Lieutenant,     September    27,     1862, 
with  rank  from  September  n,  i86r;,  vice 
J.  Hatch,  promoted. 

DELACROIX,  JOHN,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
months,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  20th  Militia,  to  date  April 
23,  1861;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  2,  1861,  at  Kingston,  N.  Y.; 
again  enrolled  August  n,  1861,  at  Kings- 
ton to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  First  Sergeant,  Company  F,  this  regi- 
ment, September  5,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  7,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg, 
Pa.;  discharged  for  disability,  Septem- 
ber 6,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, January  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
October  7,  1862,  vice  George  North,  Jr., 
promoted. 

DEVALL,  FRANCIS  D.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  months;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  D,  2Oth  Militia,  May  n, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  Au- 
gust 2,  1861;  again  enrolled  at  Wood- 
stock to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  I,  this 
regiment,  September  23,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  November  i,  1862;  mus- 


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tered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  4, 
1863;  discharged,  September  12,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
23,  1863,  with  rank  from  March  4,  1863, 
vice  D.  J.  France,  promoted. 

DOBBS,  ELY  R.,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  October  9,  1861;  discharged, 
October  21,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  9,  1861,  original. 

DUDLEY,  EDGAR  T.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
months,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  2Oth  Militia,  to  date 
April  23,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  2,  1861,  at  Kingston, 
N.  Y.;  again  enrolled  September  20, 
1861,  at  Ellenville  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  this  regiment,  September  25, 
1861;  discharged,  February  i,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
17,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  25, 
1861,  original. 

DUNN,  JOHN  H.,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  C, 
September  25,  1861;  promoted  Corporal, 
March  23,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  July 
3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  January  5,  1864;  promoted 
Sergeant,  July  n,  1864;  Sergeant-Major, 
January  10,  1865;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  April  19,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  January 
29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  30, 
1865,  with  rank  from  February  18,  1865, 
vice  S.  V.  Cornish,  promoted. 

FARRELL,  MICHAEL,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  at  Plattekill  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  I,  September  12,  1861;  wound- 
ed in  action,  December  14,  1862,  at  Fred- 
ericksburg,  Va.,  and  July  I,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  re-enlisted  as  a  vet- 
eran, and  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  February  9,  1864;  returned 
to  ranks,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October 
12,  1864;  discharged,  May  29,  1865;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  22, 
1864,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  A. 
Tanner,  discharged. 


FERGUSON,  AMOS  B.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
months,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  2Oth  Militia,  to  date  April 
23,  1861;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  2,  1861,  at  Kingston,  N.  Y.; 
again  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  this  regiment,  September  19, 
1861 ;  promoted  Quartermaster-Sergeant, 
February  2,  1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
January  i,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  September  27, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, December  9,  1864;  transferred  as 
First  Lieutenant  to  Company  K,  April  15, 
1865;  discharged,  August  7,  1865;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  September 
20,  1864,  with  rank  from  April  22,  1864, 
vice  Philip  Deitz,  cashiered;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  7,  1864,  with  rank 
from  July  i,  1864,  vice  J.  V.  Bouvier, 
resigned;  not  commissioned  Quarter- 
master. 

FLEMING,  JAMES,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
C,  September  7,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, September  10,  1861;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  September  22, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  dismissed,  September 
22,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, September  27,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  8,  1862,  vice  Martin  Snyder,  pro- 
moted. 

FRANCE,  DEMETRIUS  J.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  months,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  2Oth  Militia,  to  date 
April  23,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  2,  1861,  at  Kingston, 
N.  Y.;  again  enrolled  September  23, 
1861,  at  Hurley  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  this  regiment,  October  10,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Manassas,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  March  4,  1863;  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  February  n,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  January  29, 
1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  10,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  March  23,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  4,  1863,  vice  J. 


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D.  S.  Cook,  promoted;  Captain,  April 
22,  1864,  with  rank  from  February  n, 
1864,  vice  D.  S.  Decker,  declined. 

FRELIGH,  WILLIAM  S.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  September  10,  1861,  at  Kings- 
ton to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  H,  December  7, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  D,  June 
I,  1862;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date; 
Quartermaster-Sergeant,  October  31, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  February  2,  1863; 
mustered  out,  December  8,  1864;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant  and  Quar- 
termaster, February  7,  1863,  with  rank 
from  February  2,  1863,  vice  J.  S.  Grif- 
fiths, discharged. 

FULLER,  ELBRIDGE  G.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  at  Ellenville  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  September  25,  1861; 
no  further  record;  not  commissioned. 

GATES,  HOWARD  E.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled August  19,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Assistant  Surgeon,  August  28,  1862; 
promoted  Surgeon,  iSgth  Infantry,  No- 
vember 23,  1864;  commissioned  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  August  29,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  19,  1862,  original. 

GATES,  THEODORE  B.,  late  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, 2oth  N.  Y.  State  Militia; 
enrolled  September  5,  1861,  at  Kingston 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  this  regiment,  Sep- 
tember 10,  1861;  as  Colonel,  September 
n,  1862;  discharged,  November  22,  1864; 
Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet,  from  March  13,  1865;  commis- 
sioned Lieutenant-Colonel,  March  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  10, 

1861,  original;    Colonel,    September   27, 

1862,  with    rank    from     September     n, 
1862,    vice    George    W.    Pratt,    died    of 
wounds  received  in  action. 

GETHINGS,  JOSEPH  M.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
D,  September  5,  1861;  transferred  to 
Company  H,  June  10,  1862;  re-enlisted 
as  a  veteran,  Company  I,  January  2, 
1864;  promoted  Sergeant,  Company  H, 
March  29,  1864;  returned  to  ranks,  De- 
cember 17,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant- 
Major,  June  25,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  January  29,  1866,  at  Ports- 


mouth, Va.;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, Second  Lieutenant,  November 
29,  1865,  with  rank  from  November  8, 

1865,  vice  A.  D.  Miller,  promoted. 
GILLESPIE,     SAMUEL    FREDERICK 

B.,  age  23  years;  enrolled  at  Goshen  to 
serve  one  year,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  September  6,  1864;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  Janu- 
ary 10,  1865;  transferred  to  Company  H, 
no  date;  mustered  out,  January  29,  1866; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 24,  1864,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber I,  1864,  vice  G.  G.  Masten,  promoted. 

GRIFFITHS,  JOHN  S.,  late  Quartermas- 
ter, 20th  N.  Y.  State  Militia;  enrolled 
September  5,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  this  regi- 
ment, October  3,  1861;  discharged,  Feb- 
ruary 2,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  March  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  3,  1861, 
original. 

HARDENBERGH,  JACOB  B.,  late 
Major,  2oth  N.  Y.  State  Militia;  en- 
rolled September  5,  1861,  at  Kingston  to- 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Major, 
this  regiment,  September  24,  1861;  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  September  12,  1862; 
as  Colonel,  November  23,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  January  29, 

1866,  at     Portsmouth,    Va.;     Brigadier- 
General,    U.    S.  f  Volunteers,    by    brevet, 
from     March     13,     1865;     commissioned 
Major,  March  17,   1862,  with  rank  from 
September  24,   1861,  original;   Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  September  27,   1862,  with  rank 
from    September    n,    1862,    vice    Theo- 
dore B.  Gates,  promoted;  Colonel,  De- 
cember 7,  1864,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 22,  1864,  vice  T.  B.  Gates,  mustered 
out. 

HARRISON,  JOSEPH  H.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  September  10,  1861,  at  Kings- 
ton to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  Oc- 
tober 22,  1861 ;  discharged,  September 
5,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 22,  1861,  original. 

HATCH,  JAMES,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  B, 
September  5,  1861;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, September  6,  1861;  Second  Lieu- 


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tenant,  May  I,  1862;  First  Lieutenant, 
September  n,  1862;  discharged  for  dis- 
ability, March  25,  1863;  again  enrolled, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
D,  January  5,  1864;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
October  9,  1864;  mustered  out  with 
company,  January  29,  1866,  at  Ports- 
mouth, Va.;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1862,  vice  Charles  R.  Near,  cash- 
iered; First  Lieutenant,  September  27, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  n, 
1862,  vice  J.  R.  Leslie,  promoted;  re- 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 16,  1864,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  E.  McMahon,  discharged;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Captain,  November 
29,  1865,  with  rank  from  November  8, 
1865,  vice  M.  J.  C.  Woodworth,  resigned. 

HENDRICKS,  JAMES  TALLMADGE, 
late  Captain,  20th  N.  Y.  State  Militia; 
enrolled  September  7,  1861,  at  Kingston 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  this  regiment, 
September  27,  1861;  wounded  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  died 
of  his  wounds,  September  17,  1862,  at 
hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  March  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  27,  1861,  original. 

HORNER,  JOHN  ROSS,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  September  18,  1861; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  December 
21,  1861;  killed  in  action,  August  30, 
1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  28,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  21,  1861,  vice 

A.  Macfarlane,  resigned. 
HOUGHTALING,  RICHARD  E.,  age  24 

years;  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  months,  and  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
:geant,  Company  B,  2Oth  Militia,  to  date 
April  23,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  2,  1861,  at  Kingston, 
N.  Y.;  again  enrolled  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  G,  this  regiment,  Oc- 
tober 13,  1864;  transferred  to  Company 

B,  November   4,    1864;    mustered   in    as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  March 
2,  1865;  as  First   Lieutenant,  December 
9,    1865;    mustered    out    with    company, 


January  29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 18,  1865,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 2,  1864,  vice  T.  Murray,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  31,  1865,  with 
rank  from  August  7,  1865,  vice  A.  B. 
Ferguson,  resigned. 

4HOYSRADT,  LYMAN,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
F,  January  27,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant, 
November  i,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  28,  1864; 
mustered  out,  March  2,  1866;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  7, 

1864,  with    rank  from   October  9,   1864, 
vice  Francis  D.  Devall,  mustered  out. 

HOYSRADT,  NICHOLAS,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  months;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  2oth  Militia,  May 
n,  1861;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  2,  1861;  again  enrolled  August 
9,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  this  regiment,  September 
14,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  August  30, 

1862,  at  Manassas,  Va.;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,    March    i,    1864;   mustered   out, 
January    29,     1866;     Lieutenant-Colonel, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  April 
2,  1865;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
March    17,    1862,    with    rank   from    Sep- 
tember 14,   1861,  original;   Captain,   De- 
cember 19,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  i, 

1863,  vice  J.  S.  Corbin,  killed  in  action. 
HUMPHREY,     CORREL     L.,     age     22 

years;  enrolled  March  16,  1865,  at  Pe- 
tersburg, Va.,  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  May  16, 
1865;  discharged,  June  13,  1865;  com- 
missioned Assistant  Surgeon,  March  4, 

1865,  with  rank  from  February  28,  1865, 
vice    H.    E.    Gates,    promoted    Surgeon, 
iSgth  Infantry. 

JUDD,  JEHIEL  J.,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
September  7,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  September  13,  1861 ;  promoted 
Corporal.  September  28,  1861 ;  Sergeant, 
no  date;  First  Sergeant,  March  I,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  returned  to  ranks,  no  date ; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  5,  1864; 
promoted  Sergeant,  March  i,  1865 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  January  29,  1866, 


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at  Portsmouth,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  October  31, 
1865,  with  rank  from  August  7,  1865,  vice 
M.  Farrell,  resigned. 

LEAHY,  THOMAS,  age  22  years ;  enrolled 
September  13,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany F,  September  15,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
December  31,  1863 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, September  25,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  December  28,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  January  29,  1866, 
at  Portsmouth,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  December  7, 
1864,  with  rank  from  October  14,  1864,  vice 
J.  Delacroix,  discharged ;  First  Lieutenant, 
December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 12,  1864,  vice  G.  B.  Mulks,  appointed 
Adjutant. 

LESLIE,  JOHN  R.,  age  28  years ;  enrolled 
October  I,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  October  9,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
September  22,  1862 ;  wounded  in  action, 
July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  mustered 
in  as  Major,  January  n,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  January  29,  1866,  at 
Portsmouth,  Va. ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  U. 
S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865 ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
i,  1861,  original;  Captain,  September  27, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  n,  1862, 
vice  W.  A.  Van  Rensselaer,  promoted ; 
Major,  December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from 
November  12,  1864,  vice  W.  A.  Van 
Rensselaer,  mustered  out. 

LOUGHRAN,  ROBERT,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  2Oth  N.  Y.  State  Militia ;  en- 
rolled September  5,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, this  regiment,  October  3,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  29,  1866 ;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
March  13,  1865 ;  commissioned  Surgeon, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
3,  1861,  original. 

MACFARLANE,  ALEXANDER,  age  25 
years ;  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  September  28,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, December  21,  1861 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  28,  1861,  original. 


MANN,  GEORGE  A.,  age  22  years ;  enrolled 
at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  H,  Novem- 
ber 26,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal,  same 
date;  Sergeant,  July  4,  1862;  First  Ser- 
geant, February  19,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  January  2,  1864;  promoted  Com- 
missary-Sergeant, September  215,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  January  29, 
1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va. ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
31,  1865,  with  rank  from  August  7,  1865, 
vice  R.  Houghtaling,  promoted. 

MAS'TEN,  GEORGE  G.,  age  24  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  C,  Sep- 
tember 10,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal,  Sep- 
tember 17,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August 
30,  1862,  at  Manassas,  Va. ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  November  i,  1862;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  2,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 
geant-Major,  July  I,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  November 
19,  1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  November 
22,  1864;  as  Adjutant,  March  6,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  January  29,  1866, 
at  Portsmouth,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  7,  1864,  with  rank 
from  October  14,  1864,  vice  J.  Fleming, 
dismissed ;  First  Lieutenant,  December  7, 
1864,  with  rank  from  November  12,  1864, 
vice  A.  S.  Schutt,  mustered  out;  not  com- 
missioned Adjutant. 

McENTEE,  JOHN,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
at  Kingston  to  serve  three'  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  Sep- 
tember 24,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  February  18,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  September  22,  1862;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  October  5,  1862 ;  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  December  19,  1864 ; 
discharged,  April  16,  1866;  Colonel,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  13,  1862,  with  rank  from  December 
21,  1861,  vice  J.  R.  Horner,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  September  27,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  22,  1862,  vice  J.  R. 
Horner,  killed  in  action ;  Captain,  Decem- 
ber 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  5, 
1862,  vice  James  Smith,  promoted  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, I28th  Infantry;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from 
November  22,  1864,  vice  J.  B.  Harden- 
bergh,  promoted. 


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McMAHON,  DANIEL,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled August  4,  1861,  at  Shandaken  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  September  5,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  September  i,  1862,  at  Chantilly, 
Va.,  and  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 
June  23,  1864;  commissioned  Captain, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 5,  1861,  original. 

McMAHON,  EDWARD,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  D, 
September  5,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, October  4,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  18, 1862 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va. ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 30,  1862;  mustered  in  as  such,  Febru- 
ary 23,  1863 ;  discharged  for  disability, 
July  27,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
17,  1862,  vice  James  G.  Wilson,  Jr.,  re- 
signed ;  First  Lieutenant,  February  28, 
1863,  with  rank  from  September  30,  1862, 
vice  H.  Mick,  resigned. 

MERRITT,  ABRAM,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
September  20,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  C,  September  23,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  E,  no  date;  promoted 
Commissary-Sergeant,  January  I,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  April  21,  1863 ;  wounded  in  action, 
July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mustered 
out,  September  23,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  9,  1863,  with 
rank  from  January  7,  1863,  vice  J.  V. 
Bouvier,  promoted. 

MICK,  HENRY,  age  28  years;  enrolled  Sep- 
tember 5,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  October  24,  1861 ;  discharged, 
September  30,  1862 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  4,  1861,  original. 

MILLER,  ABRAM  D.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled September  5,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  September  15,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  January  I,  1863;  First  Sergeant, 
February  3,  1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
December  31,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  April  i,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  January  29,  1866,  at  Ports- 


mouth, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
April  i,  1865,  vice  A.  B.  Ferguson,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered, 
November  29,  1865,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 8,  1865,  vice  J.  Hatch,  promoted. 

MISNER,  ELSON  M.,  late  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, I45th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  H,  this  regiment,  Feb- 
ruary 13,  1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  April  13,  1864;  transferred  to 
Company  K,  May  i,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  A,  December  19,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  company,  January  29, 
1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  April  22,  1864,  with  rank 
from  July  i,  1863,  vice  N.  Hoysradt,  pro- 
moted ;  Captain,  December  7,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  22,  1864,  vice  J. 
McEntee,  promoted. 

MULKS,  GEORGE  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  months, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B, 
2Oth  Militia,  to  date  April  23,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  August  2,  1861, 
at  Kingston,  N.  Y. ;  enrolled  September 
25,  1861,  at  Kingston,  to  serve  three  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  C,  this 
regiment,  September  27,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  A,  November  30,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  November  I,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
G,  January  13,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  mustered 
in  as  Adjutant,  October  25,  1864;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  as-  First  Lieutenant, 
March  6,  1865 ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  March  25,  1865 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  January  29,  1866,  at 
Portsmouth,  Va. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  March  12,  1863,  with  rank 
from  January  13,  1863,  vice  J.  M.  Van 
Valkenburgh,  resigned ;  not  commissioned 
Adjutant;  commissioned  Captain,  April  22, 
1865,  with  rank  from  March  25,  1865,  vice 
T.  Alexander,  resigned. 

MURRAY,  TIMOTHY,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled at  City  Point,  Va.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  December  25,  1864 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  February 
18,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
January  29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va. ; 
prior  service  as  enlisted  man  in  4th  U.  S. 


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Infantry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from 
October  9,  1864,  vice  G.  B.  Walcott,  mus- 
tered out;  First  Lieutenant,  January  27, 
1865,  with  rank  from  December  2,  1864, 
vice  A.  J.  Smith,  declined. 

NEAR,  CHARLES  R.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  September  10,  1861 ;  cashiered, 
May  i,  1862 ;  subsequent  service  in  :63d 
Infantry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 10,  1861,  original. 

NORFOLK,  SAMUEL,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled at  Watertown  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  C, 
35th  Infantry,  February  n,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  E,  this  regiment,  May 
24,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  July  i,  1863, 
at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  28,  1864;  mustered 
out  with  company,  January  29,  1866,  at 
Portsmouth,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  7,  1864,  with  rank 
from  October  14,  1864,  vice  A.  Merritt, 
mustered  out. 

NORTH,  JR.,  GEORGE,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  months, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B, 
2oth  Militia,  to  date  April  23,  i85i ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  August  2,  1861, 
at  Kingston,  N.  Y. ;  again  enrolled  August 
9,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  this  regiment,  September  27,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  September  i,  1862,  at 
Chantilly,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  October  7,  1862 ;  dis- 
charged, January  7,  1863 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  27,  1861,  original ; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  7,  1862,  vice  C.  S. 
Wilkinson,  discharged. 

PARKER,  CHARLES  S.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  City  Point,  Va.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  December  25,  1864;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  I,  April  15,  1865 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  January  29,  1866, 
at  Portsmouth,  Va. ;  prior  service  as  en- 
listed man  in  4th  U.  S.  Infantry;  Major, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March 


13,  1865;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 22,  1864,  vice  E.  M.  Misner,  promoted ; 
Captain,  March  30,  1865,  with  rank  from 
February  18,  1865,  vice  R.  H.  Richardson, 
not  mustered. 

PEASE,  ALBERT  S.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled October  i,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  October  18,  1861 ; 
discharged,  December  23,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  13, 
1865,  with  rank  from  October  18,  1861, 
original. 

PRATT,  GEORGE  W.,  late  Colonel,  2oth 
Militia;  enrolled  September  5,  1861,  at 
Kingston  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Colonel,  this  regiment,  October  3, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862, 
at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  died  of  his  wounds, 
September  n,  1862,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Colonel,  March  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  3,  1861,  original. 

RICHARDSON,  RICHARD  H.,  late  Col- 
onel, 26th  Infantry;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Captain,  this  regiment,  Decem- 
ber 23,  1864,  with  rank  from  September 
29,  1864,  vice . 

RIDER,  THOMAS  W.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled September  10,  1861,  at  ^Cingston  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  September  14,  1861 ; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  September 
5,  1862 ;  discharged,  April  i,  1863 ;  subse- 
quent service  in  i6th  Artillery ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  7, 
1863,  with  rank  from'  September  5,  1862, 
vice  J.  H.  Harrison,  discharged. 

ROSS,  EDWARD  A.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled September  25,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  October  16,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  October  26,  1861 ;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  21,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  March  19,  1863;  mus- 
tered out,  November  I,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  24, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  21,  1862, 
vice  T.  Alexander,  promoted ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, March  12,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February  23,  1863,  vice  T.  Alexander,  pro- 
moted. 

SCHOO'NMAKER,  JOHN  M.,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  2oth  N.  Y.  State  Militia ;  en- 


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rolled  September  5,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  October  25,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  mustered  out,  October  25,  1864 ; 
again  enrolled  as  Private  and  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  November 
9,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Decem- 
ber 19,  1864;  mustered  out,  January  29, 
1866;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  March  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  25,  1861,  original ;  not  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant ;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  7,  1864,  with  rank 
from  June  23,  1864,  vice  D.  McMahon, 
discharged. 

SCHUTT,  ANDREW  S.,  age  39  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  months, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  2Oth  Militia,  to  date  April  23, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  August 
2,  1861,  at  Kingston,  N.  Y. ;  enrolled  Sep- 
tember 5,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  this  regiment,  September  12, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mustered  out,  September 
5,  1864,  at  City  Point,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  5,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  ABRAM  S.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled September  5,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  October  9,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.,  and  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  discharged  for 
disability,  February  19,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  March  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  9,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  ALBERT  J.,  Second  Lieutenant, 
I56th  Infantry;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, declined,  First  Lieutenant,  this 
regiment,  June  17,  1864,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  D.  J.  France,  promoted. 

SMITH,  JAMES,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
at  Lexington  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company  G, 
September  16,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  October  I,  1861;  wounded  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Manassas, 
Va.;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  31,  1862;  dismissed,  July  26, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
June  2,  1863,  with  rank  from  September 


18,  1862,  vice  J.  M.  Van  Valkenburgh, 
promoted. 

SMITH,  JAMES,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
September  10,  1861,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  October  7,  1861;  dis- 
charged, September  6,  1862,  for  promo- 
tion in  I28th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Captain,  March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  7,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  JOHN  JACOB,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  September  21,  1861,  at  Kings- 
ton to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  A,  September  23, 
1861;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January 
2,  1864;  promoted  Corporal,  April  4, 
1864;  Sergeant,  April  28,  1864;  First 
Sergeant,  October  i,  1864;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  25,  1865; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  June  22,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  January  29, 
1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  22,  1865,  with 
rank  from  March  25,  1865,  vice  J.  H. 
Winfield,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
October  31,  1865,  with  rank  from  June 
21,  1865,  vice  J.  Bevines,  resigned. 

SNYDER,  MARTIN,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
months,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  C,  2Oth  Militia,  to  date  April 
23,  1861;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  2,  1861,  at  Kingston,  N.  Y.; 
again  enrolled  September  7,  1861,  at 
Kingston  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  this  regiment,  September  30, 
1861;  as  Captain,  September  7,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  January 
29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va.;  Major, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  April 
9,  1865;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  7,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
September  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  July 
8,  1862,  vice  J.  R.  Tappen,  resigned. 

STREET,  THOMAS  W.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  May  28,  1864,  at  City  Point, 
Va.,  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Chaplain,  July  18,  1864;  discharged, 
May  17,  1865;  commissioned  Chaplain, 
May  28,  1864,  with  rank  from  May  25, 
1864,  vice  C.  Van  Santvoord,  resigned. 

SUBIT,  EUGENE,  late  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 3Qth  Infantry;  Private,  nth  N.  J. 


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Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  this  regiment,  December  29, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  Janu- 
ary 29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  7,  1864, 
with  rank  from  November  12,  1864,  vice 
I.  C.  Buswell,  promoted. 

SWARTHOUT,  MARTIN  H.,  age  19 
years;  enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at 
Kingston  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  October  9,  1861;  killed  in 
action,  September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 9,  1861,  original. 

TANNER,  ALFRED,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled September  5,  1861,  at  Kingston 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  H,  September  10,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  October  30, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  19,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  July 
i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  discharged 
for  disability  from  wounds,  December 
8,  1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, March  12,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February  23,  1863,  vice  E.  A.  Ross,  pro- 
moted. 

TAPPEN,  JOHN  RUDOLPH,  late  Cap- 
tain, 20th  N.  Y.  State  Militia;  enrolled 
September  I,  1861,  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  C,  this  regiment,  October  4, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August  30, 
1862,  at  Manassas,  Va. ;  discharged,  Sep- 
tember 7,  1862,  for  promotion  in  i2Oth 
Infantry;  commissioned  Captain,  March 
17,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  I, 
1861,  original. 

'TAYLOR,  WILLIAM,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  23d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  July 
3,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
January  29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va.; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  June 
17,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  23,  1863, 
vice  R.  K.  Tuthill,  promoted  to  I45th 
Infantry. 

THOMAS,  ISAAC,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
at  Poughkeepsie  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
G,  February  21,  1862;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  October  15,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  December  28, 


1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  January  25, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  Janu- 
ary 29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va.;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 7,  1864,  with  rank  from  October  14, 
1864,  vice  James  Smith,  dismissed;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  24,  1864,  with 
rank  from  December  i,  1864,  vice  M.  J. 
C.  Woodworth,  promoted. 

THOMAS,  LEWIS,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled September  3,  1864,  at  Utica  to 
serve  one  year;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  unassigned,  September  29, 
1864;  transferred  to  Company  A,  Novem- 
ber 6,  1864;  dismissed,  December  23,  1864; 
order  of  dismissal  revoked,  and  honqrably 
discharged  as  of  date  of  muster-in,  Sep- 
tember 29,  1864;  see  57th  Infantry;  not 
commissioned. 

TOWNSEND,  EDDY  B.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  August  30,  1862,  at  Syracuse 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  G,  I49th  Infantry, 
September  4,  1862;  discharged,  Febru- 
ary i,  1863 ;  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  this 
regiment,  March  8,  1865;  mustered  out, 
March  2,  1866;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  18,  1866,  with 
rank  from  December  23,  1864,  vice 
Lewis  Thomas,  discharged. 

TUTHILL,  ROBERT  K.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  September  16,  1861,  at  Kings- 
ton to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Assistant  Surgeon,  October  3,  1861; 
promoted  Surgeon,  I45th  Infantry,  April 
30,  1863;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  3,  1861,  original. 

TUTHILL,  SELAH  O.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Paymaster,  October 
23,  1861;  mustered  out,  November  17, 
1861;  subsequent  service  in  i2Oth  In- 
fantry; not  commissioned. 

VAN  KLEEK,  THEODORE,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant-Major,  October  5,  1861;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  Feb- 
ruary 10,  1862;  discharged,  August  2, 
1862;  not  commissioned. 

VAN  RENSSELAER,  WALTER  A.,  late 
First  Lieutenant,  2oth  N.  Y.  State  Militia; 
enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 


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and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  B, 
this  regiment,  September  10,  1861 ;  as 
Major,  September  22,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ; 
mustered  out,  November  14,  1864;  Colonel, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet ;  commissioned 
Captain,  March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  10,  1861,  original;  'Major,  Sep- 
tember 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber n,  1862,  vice  J.  B.  Hardenbergh,  pro- 
moted. 

VAN  SANTVOORD,  CORNELIUS,  age  44 
years ;  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  Oc- 
tober 10,  1861 ;  discharged,  November  18, 
1862;  commissioned  Chaplain,  March  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  10,  1861, 
original. 

VAN  VALKENBURGH,  JAMES  M.,  age 
21  years;  enrolled  September  19,  1861,  at 
Lexington  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  Sep- 
tember 24,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  September  17, 
1862;  discharged  for  disability,  January  13, 
1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
19,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  Janu- 
ary 7,  1863,  with  rank  from  September  18, 
1862,  vice  W.  Cunningham,  promoted. 

VARICK,  REMSEN,  late  First  Lieutenant, 
28th  Militia;  enrolled  at  City  Point,  Va., 
to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  this  regi- 
ment, December  26,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  company,  January  29,  1866,  at  Ports- 
mouth, Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from 
November  12,  1864,  vice  E.  A.  Ross,  mus- 
tered out. 

WALCOTT,  GEORGE  B.,  age  25  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  D, 
September  5,,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, May  17,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  19,  1863 ;  wounded 
in  action,  July  I,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
mustered  out,  September  8,  1864 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  12,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  3,  1863,  vice  H. 
Clark,  resigned. 

WALLIS,  GEORGE  HEWITT,  First  Lieu- 
tenant, 42d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  this  regiment, 


March  22,  1862;  discharged,  May  2,  1862; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  March  17, 
1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  A.  S. 
Pease,  resigned. 

WARD,  PELETIAH,  age  39  years ;  enrolled 
September  5,  1861,  at  Ellenville  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  September  25,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
died  of  his  wounds,  September  3,  1862,  at 
Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned  Captain, 
March  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
25,  1861,  c'-icinal. 

WESTBROOK,  CORNELIUS  D.,  age  38 
years;  enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany of  Sappers  and  Miners,  October  4, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  as  Engineer,  Novem- 
ber 17,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  I2oth 
Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

WILKINSON,  CHARLES  S.,  age  29  years ; 
enrolled  September  10,  1861,  at  Kingston 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  October  3,  1861 ; 
discharged  for  disability,  October  7,  1862 ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  March  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  3,  1861, 
original. 

WILSON,  JR.,  JAMES  G.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  September  5,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, May  17,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  4,  1861,  original. 

WINFIELD,  JACOB  H.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled August  18,  1862,  at  Kingston  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  I2oth  Infantry,  August  22, 
1862;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
this  regiment,  December  9,  1864;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  December  24,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  March  25,  1865 ;  mustered  out,  January 
29,  1866;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 14,  1864,  vice  John  W.  Carr,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  April  22,  1865, 
with  rank  from  March  25,  1865,  vice  G.  B. 
Mulks,  promoted. 

WOOD,  CHRISTOPHER,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  C, 
September  8,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 


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September  10,  1861 ;  Sergeant,  March  23, 
1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran  and  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  January  5,  1864; 
promoted  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  Octo- 
ber 15,  1864;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
January  29,  1866,  at  Portsmouth,  Va. ; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
June  21,  1865,  vice  J.  J.  Smith,  promoted. 
WOODWORTH,  MADISON  J.  C,  age  21 
years ;  enrolled  at  Woodland  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  October  10,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  September 
5,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  September  17, 
1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  November  i,  1862 ;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  G,  October  14, 


1864  j  discharged,  November  8,  1865 ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  December  24, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  5,   1862, 
vice  J.  McEntee,  promoted;  Captain,  De- 
cember 7,    1864,  with   rank  from   October 
14,    1864,   vice  W.   H.    Cunningham,  mus- 
tered out. 

YOUNG,  JOHN  M.,  age  42  years;  enrolled 
at  Kingston  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  K,  Septem- 
ber 14,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 2,  1862 ;  wounded  in  action,  July  i, 

1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  dismissed,  April 
12,    1864;    commissioned    Second    Lieuten- 
ant,  June   3,    1863,   with   rank   from   Sep- 
tember   22,    1862,    vice    J.    McEntee,    pro- 
moted. 


EIGHTY-FIRST  REGIMENT   OF  INFANTRY  (VETERAN). 
Second  Oswego  Regiment;  Mohawk  Rangers. 

This  regiment  was  organized  at  Albany  February  18,  1862,  by  the  consolidation  of  the 
Mohawk  Rangers,  or  Guards  of  Liberty  and  Union,  Col.  O.  B.  Pierce,  of  which  the  Reming- 
ton Guards  formed  part,  with  the  Oswego  Regiment,  Col.  Edwin  Rose.  August  25,  1861, 
authority  was  granted  for  the  organization  of  the  Oswego  Regiment;  October  II,  1861,  it 
consisted  of  ten  companies  of  minimum  strength;  in  December  Company  I  was  consolidated 
with  the  other  companies,  and,  a  number  of  men  discharged  for  various  reasons ;  in  January, 
1862,  it  was  ordered  to  Albany,  and  February  6th,  the  men  of  Company  C  were  transferred 
to  Companies  D,  G  and  K,  and  those  of  Company  E  to  Companies  A,  F  and  H,  leaving 
but  seven  companies.  The  Mohawk  Rangers  were  organized  at  Rome ;  ordered  to  Albany 
in  February,  1862,  and  on  the  I7th,  consolidated  with  the  Oswego  Regiment,  forming  its 
three  vacant  companies,  C,  E  and  I.  The  new  organization  received  the  numerical  designa- 
tion given  to  the  Oswego  Regiment  December  10,  1861,  and  Edwin  Rose  was  appointed 
its  Colonel.  At  the  expiration  of  its  term  of  service,  the  men  entitled  thereto  were  dis- 
charged, and  the  regiment  continued  in  service. 

The  men  were  recruited  principally  in  the  counties  of  Oswego  and  Oneida,  and  mus- 
tered in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years,  between  December  20,  1861,  and 
February  20,  1862. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  March  5,  1862;  served  at  Kalorama  Heights,  D.  C.,  from 
March  7,  1862;  in  Palmer's,  3d,  Brigade,  Casey's,  1st,  Division,  4th  Corps,  Army  of  Poto- 
mac, from  March  13,  1862;  in  ist  Brigade,  2d  Division,  same  corps,  from  June,  1862;  at 
Yorktown,  Va.,  from  August,  1862;  in  ist,  Naglee's,  Brigade,  Peck's  Division,  4th  Corps, 
in  North  Carolina,  from  December,  1862;  in  ist,  Heckman's,  Brigade,  2d,  Naglee's,  Division, 
i8th  Corps,  in  South  Carolina,  from  January  n,  1863;  in  the  District  of  Beaufort,  N.  C., 
i8th  Corps,  from  May,  1863 ;  at  Newport  News,  Va.,  from  October,  1863 ;  at  Portsmouth, 
Va.,  from  December,  1863 ;  in  the  District  of  Currituck,  Va.,  from  February,  1864 ;  in  the 
ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  i8th  Corps,  Army  of  the  James,  from  April  18,  1864;  in  New 
York  harbor  in  November,  1864;  in  the  ist  Brigade,  3d  Division,  24th  Corps,  from  Decem- 
ber, 1864;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under  Lieut.-Col.  Lucius 
V.  S.  Mattison,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  8  officers,  88  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  4  officers,  44  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 


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2  officers,  97  enlisted  men ;  total,  14  officers,  229  enlisted  men ;   aggregate,  243 ;  of  whom 

3  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy ;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

1862. 
April  1  6- 
May     4 
May            5 

21  —  22 

24 

3° 
May  31- 
June      i 

June          24 

Bottom's  Bridge,  Va  

Fair  Oaks    Va  

Fair  Oaks   Va  

2 

26 

9 

S 

78 

17 

i37 

Chickahominy,  Va  

June   25- 
July     2 
Tune          TO 

White  Oak  Swamp  Bridge  

Malvern  Hill           ...             .             

July          3i 

1863. 
April         1  8 

Carter's  Hill  

Free  Bridge   N   C    

July             6 

27 

28 
Nov.            7 
18 
3° 
1864. 
May      5-31 
9-10 
12-13 
14-16 
18-26 

Williamston,  N    C  

Chowan    N    C 

i 

Dismal  Swamp   Va  

i 
28 

215 

3° 
6 

59 
3 

Operations  against  Petersburg  and  Richmond,  Va 
Swift  Creek  

2 

18 

4 
3 

I 

2 

|. 

126 

Bermuda  Hundred  

Cold  Harbor   Va                                                        .... 

First  Assault  

i 

2 

June   15- 
April  2, 
1865 

Cold  Harbor  

i 
3 

5 
45 

2 
2O 

Second  Assault  

Before  Petersburg  and  Richmond,  Va  

Chaffin's  Farm    Va  

Sept.   29— 
Oct.      i 
Oct     27—29 

2 

6 

4 

6 

3 

38 
3 

Fair  Oaks,  ad,  Va  

Fall  of  Richmond,  Va  

1865. 
April           2 

Total  loss  

8 

88 

4 

44 

19 

293 

24 

480 

OFFICERS   OF  THE   REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
EDWIN  ROSE,  from  February  10  to  July 

7,  1862. 
JACOB  J.  DEFOREST,  from  July  7,   1862, 

to  September  i,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
JACOB  J.  DEFOREST,  from  December  20, 

1861,  to  July  7,  1862. 

WILLIAM   C.   RAULSTON,   from  July  7, 

1862,  to  September  6,  1863. 

JOHN  B.  RAULSTON,  from  December  i, 

1863,  to  January  15,   1865. 

LUCIUS  V.   S.  MATTISON,   from  March 
10  to  August  31,   1865. 


DAVID  B.  WHITE,  from  April  29  to  Au- 
gust 31,  1865. 

Majors. 
JOHN     McAMBLY,     from    December    20, 

1861,  to  May  31,  1862. 
WILLIAM  C.  RAULSTON,  from  May  31 

to  July  7,  1862. 
DAVID  B.  WHITE,  from  July  7,  1862,  to 

November  19,  1864. 
EDWARD  A.  STIMSON,   from  December 

7,  1864,  to  February  22,  1865. 
LUCIUS  V.  S.  MATTISON,  from  January 

28  to  March  I,  1865. 


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Adjutants. 
EDWARD  A.  COOKE,  from  December  20, 

1861,  to  October  10,  1863. 
J.   EDMUND   MALLETTE,    from   January 

i  to  October  29,  1864. 
JOHN    W.    KINNEY,    from    December   20, 

1864,  to  August  31,  1865. 

Quartermasters. 
ROGER  A.  FRANCIS,  from  September  26, 

1861,  to  September  i,  1862. 
BARTHOLOMEW    S.    DEFOREST,    from 

September  i,   1862,  to  September  19,  1864. 
JOHN    CHISHOLM,    from   January    16  to 

September  8,   1865. 

Surgeons. 

WILLIAM    H.   RICE,   from   December   20, 

1861,  to  December  21,  1864. 

JOHN  N.  MILLER,  from  March  16  to  Au- 
gust 31,   1865. 

Assistant   Surgeons. 
CARRINGTON       MAaFARLANE,       from 

November  i,  1861,  to  August  15,  1863. 
GEORGE  W.  EARL,  from  August  12,  1862, 

to  March  26,   1863. 
EPHRAIM    W.    BUCK,    from   August    13, 

1863,  to  July  21,  1864. 

JO'HN    N.    OLIVER,    from    September    I, 

1864,  to  August  31,   1865. 

Chaplains. 
DAVID     McFARLAND,     from     February 

10  to  June  7,  1862. 
ISAAC    J.    DURYEA,    from    October    17, 

1862,  to  August  31,   1865. 

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Captains: 

WILLIAM  C.  RAULSTON,  from  Septem- 
ber 14,  1861,  to  May  31,  1862. 

ELIAS   A.    FISH,    from    May  31,    1862,   to 
October  2,  1864. 

GEORGE   C.   SMITH,   from  October   3   to 
December  9,    1864. 

JOSEPH   M.   HALL,    from  January  28  to 
July  20,   1865. 

JOSEPH  BARTLETT,  from  August  11  to 
3i,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HAMILTON     LITTLEFIELD,     JR.,     from 
September  14,  1861,  to  July  16,  1862. 


BARTHOLOMEW    S.    DEFOREST,    from 

August  26  to  September  i,  1862. 
JOHN  T.   DEFOREST,  from   September  i, 

1862,  to  May  15,  1863. 
GEORGE  C.  SMITH,  from  May  15,  1863, 

to  October  3,  1864. 
JOSEPH     M.     HALL,     from    October    26, 

1864,  to  January  28,   1865. 
THEODORE   HARTER,   from  January  28 

to  August  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
R.  HENRY  EDDY,  from  September  14, 

1861,  to  February  10,   1862. 

ELIAS  A.  FISH,  from  February  10  to  May 

31,   1862. 
JOHN    T.    DEFOREST,    from   May   31    to 

September   I,  1862. 
GEORGE   C.    SMITH,    from    September   i, 

1862,  to  May  15,  1863. 

MAURICE  P.  TIDD,  from  July  i,  1863,  to 
November  4,   1864. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

JOHN  McAMBLY,  from  August  25  to  De- 
cember 20,  1861. 

AUGUSTUS  G.  BENNETT,  from  Decem- 
ber 20,  1861,  to  June  19,  1863. 
MARTIN  J.  DEFOREST,  from  August  10, 

1863,  to  October  27,   1864 

HIRAM    P.    BALLARD,    from    January    i 
to  August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

AUGUSTUS  G.  BENNETT,  from  Septem- 
ber 14  to  December  20,  1861. 
HUGH   ANDERSO'N,    from   December   20, 

1861,  to  July  27,   1862. 

MARTIN    J.    DEFOREST,    from    July    27, 

1862,  to  August   10,   1863. 
MORTIMER  J.   BAXTER,  from  February 

17  to  September  17,   1864. 
HIRAM,  P.  BALLARD,  from  September  8, 

1864,  to  January  i,  1865. 

JAMES  H.   BERRY,   from  July   I   to  Au- 
gust 31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HUGH  ANDERSON,  from  September  14 

to  December  20,  1861. 
MARTIN  J.  DEFOREST,  from  November 

15,  1861,  to  July  27,   1862. 


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J.  EDMUND   MALLETTE,  from  July  27, 

1862,  to  January  I,  1864 
JEFFERSON     W.      BROCKWAY,     from 

April  28  to  July  6,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

GEORGE  W.  BERRIMAN,  from  Septem- 
ber  14,    1861,  to   February   10,   1862. 

FRANKLIN   F.   HANNAHS,  from  Febru- 
ary 10  to  August  9,  1862. 

BENJAMIN     W.     RICHARDSON,     from 
November  10,  1862,  to  September  20,  1864. 

CASPAR   J.    COOK,    from   January   31    to 
June  22,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HENRY  W.  GREENE,  from  September  14, 

1861,  to  February  10,  1862. 
OREN    J.    FITCH,    from    February    10   to 

July  28,  1862. 
CHARLES  R.  JOHNSON,  from  September 

12,  1862,  to  April   i,   1865. 

ALBERT  H.  MAYNARD,  from  April  i  to 

June  18,   1865. 
WILLIAM  H.  BRACKETT,  from  June  22 

to  August  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES     MARTIN,     from     December     20, 

1861,  to  February  10,  1862. 
BENJAMIN    F.    WOO'D,    from    December 

10,   1861,  to  June  8,   1862. 
EDGAR    ABEEL,    from   June   8,    1862,    to 

June  19,  1863. 
AMOS  M.  COPELAND,  from  May  i,  1864, 

to  January  13,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

JOHN  B.   EDWARDS,  JR.,   from   Septem- 
ber 14,  1861,  to  January  20,   1862. 
LEVERETT    C.    ADKINS,    from    January 

28  to  June  13,  1862. 
RADOLPHUS   D.    S.   TYLER,   from  June 

13,  1862,  to  October  26,  1864. 
LUCIUS  V.  S.  MATTISON,  from  Decem- 
ber 7,  1864,  to  May  30,  1865: 

WILLIAM    P.    BABCOCK,    from  June   23 
to  August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

LEVERETT  C.  ADKINS,  from  September 
24,  1861,  to  January  28,  1862, 


JOHN  G.   PHILLIPS,  from  January  28  to 

July  6,  1862. 
PETER   FRENCH,   from  July  6,   1862,   to 

August  19,  1864. 
DAVID  NETHAWAY,  from  August  26  to 

September   29,    1864. 
WILLIAM  BRAILEY,  from  December  25, 

1864,  to  August  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  G.  PHILLIPS,  from  September  14, 

1861,  to  January  28,  1862. 
RADOLPHUS  D.  S.  TYLER,  from  Febru- 
ary 6  to  June   13,   1862. 

BENJAMIN     W.     RICHARDSON,     from 

July  5  to  November  10,  1862. 
LEWIS  B.   PORTER,   from   November   10, 

1862,  to  June  4,   1864. 

LUCIUS  V.  S.  MATTISON,  from  June  28 
to  December  7,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
EDWARD    S.    COOK,    from    September 

16,  .1861,  to   February   10,    1862. 
LYMAN  M.  KINGMAN,  from  December 

19,   1861,  to  May  31,  1862. 
WALTER   C.    NEWBERKY,   from   June 

i,  1862,  to  August  10,  1863. 
DANIEL  C.  RIX,  from  October  8,  1863, 

to  September  29,  1864. 
ALBION   P.   MARTIN,  from   September 

30,  1864,  to  January  4,  1865. 
JAMES   J.   BUTLER,  from   February   12 

to  August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ELIAS  A.  FISH,  from  September  16, 
1861,  to  February  10,  1862. 

WALTER  C.  NEWBERRY,  from  No- 
vember 4,  1861,  to  June  i,  1862. 

RICHARD  HERBERT  WILLOUGHBY, 
from  November  21,  1862,  to  June  19, 
1863. 

CHARLES    C.    COVELL,    from    June    19, 

1863,  to  September  27,  1864. 

JAMES  J.   BUTLER,  from  December  2, 

1864,  to  February  12,  1865. 
WILLIAM   BEDOW,   from   February   17 

to  July  25,   1865. 

CHAUNCEY  L.  RUMRILL,  from  Au- 
gust 7  to  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

DELAVAN  G.  HARRIS,  from  Decem- 
ber 10,  1861,  to  July  7,  1862. 


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JOHN  T.  DEFOREST,  from  December  20, 

1861,  to  February  10,  1862. 
NEWELL  H.   GILBERT,   from  June   i, 

1862,  to  January  12,  1864. 

JOHN    J.    WHITNEY,    from    April    28, 
1864,  to  February  12,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
DWIGHT  F.   STOWE,   from  September 

16,  1861,  to  July  22,  1862. 
EDWARD  S.  COOK,  from  July  19,  1862, 

to  May  15,  1863. 
JOHN    T.    DEFOREST,    from    May    15, 

1863,  to  August  10,  1864. 

JULIUS    H.     CLARK,    from    August    10, 

1864,  to  January  10,  1865. 

BYRON   B.   MORRIS,   from  January   i   to 
August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
DANIEL    C.    RIX,   from   September    17, 

1861,  to  February  9,  1862. 
JOHN  H.  NICHOLS,  from  December  21, 

1861,  to  February  i,  1862. 
EDWARD  S.  COOK,  from  February  n 

to  July  19,  1862. 
DANIEL  C.  RIX,  from  July  22,  1862,  to 

October  8,    1863. 
EDWARD  A.  COOKE,  from  October  10, 

1863,  to  November  18,  1864. 
WILLIAM   APPLEBY,   from   December 

7,  1864,  to  January  4,  1865. 
JOSEPH    BARTLETT,   from  January  4 

to  August   ii,  1865. 
HARVEY   C.  TAFT,  from  August  13  to 

3i,    1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HENRY    SHARP,    from    September    16, 

1861,  to   February  10,  1862. 
DANIEL  C.   RIX,  from   February  10  to 

July  22,    1862. 
HENRY  SHARP,  from  July  22,  1862,  to 

July   II,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

HENRY  C.  THOMPSON,  from  Septem- 
ber 16,  1861,  to  July  27,  1862. 
HUGH  ANDERSON,  from  July  27,  1862, 

to   December  22,    1864. 
EDWARD  A.  BLAKELY,  from  January 
28  to   August  31,   1865. 
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First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  H.  HAMILTON,  from  Septem- 
ber 16,  1861,  to  February  9,  1862. 

GEORGE  W.  BERRIMAN,  from  Febru- 
ary ii  to  September  12,  1862. 

JAMES  L.  BELDEN,  from  September 
12,  1862,  to  November  3,  1863. 

SEWARD  ZIMMERMAN,  from  Decem- 
ber 15,  1863,  to  September  21,  1864. 

EDWARD  A.  BLAKELY,  from  Septem- 
ber 22,  1864,  to  January  28,  1865. 

GEORGE  W.  HALEY,  from  March  22 
to  August  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

RADOLPHUS  D.  S.  TYLER,  from  De- 
cember 20,  1861,  to  February  6,  1862. 

HENRY  H.  HAMILTON,  from  Febru- 
ary 10  to  August  2,  1862. 

JAMES  L.  BELDEN,  from  August  2  to 
September  12,  1862. 

SAMUEL  DOLBIER,  from  September  12, 
1862,  to  October  i,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
JOHN   B.  RAULSTON,  from  December 

20,    1861,  to   December   I,    1863. 
ROGER   A.    FRANCIS,   from    December 

22,  1863,  to  September  26,  1864. 
WILLIAM    BEDOW,    from    July   25    to 
August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  W.  OLIVER,  from  September  17, 

1861,  to  September  12,  1862. 
ROGER  A.   FRANCIS,  from   September 

i,  1862,  to  December  22,  1863. 
JULIUS    H.   CLARK,    from   January    i    to 

August  10,  1864. 
WILLIAM  P.   BABCOCK,  from  February 

27  to  June  23,  1865. 
JAMES  G.  FOOTE,  from  August  10  to 

31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
PETER    FRENCH,    from   November   23, 

1861,  to  July  6,   1862. 
RICHARD     HERBERT    WILLOUGHBY, 

from  July  7  to  November  21,  1862. 
EDWARD    D.    COOK,    from    November 

22,  1862,  to  January  10,  1865. 


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OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

SELDE'N  P.  CLARK,  from  December 
17  to  20,  1861. 

DAVID  B.  WHITE,  from  February  21 
to  July  7,  1862. 

WILLARD  W.  BALLARD,  from  No- 
vember ii,  1862,  to  June  3,  1864. 

EDWARD  A.  STIMSON,  from  July  6  to 
December  7,  1864. 

WILLIAM  APPLEBY,  from  January  4 
to  August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WALKER  B.  THORPE,  from  December 
17  to  20,  1861. 

JOHN  T.  THOMAS,  from  December  21, 
1861,  to  February  I,  1862. 

WILLARD  W.  BALLARD,  from  Febru- 
ary 14  to  November  n,  1862. 

GEORGE  W.  STEADMAN,  from  Octo- 
ber 14,  1862,  to  March  10,  1864. 

EDWARD  A.  STIMSON,  from  April  30 
to  July  6,  1864. 

BYRON  B.  MORRIS,  from  October  i, 
1864,  to  January  I,  1865. 

JOHN  WALKER,  from  February  17  to 
August  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

SETH  J.  STEVES,  from  February  14  to 
April  25,  1862. 

R.  HENRY  EDDY,  from  April  25  to  Sep- 
tember 12,  1862. 

EDWARD  A.  STIMSON,  from  Septem- 
ber 12,  1862,  to  April  30,  1864. 

SQUIRE  M.  TUTTLE,  from  April  28  to 
October  2,  1864. 

JAMES  H.  BERRY,  from  November  I, 
1864,  to  July  I,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
JOEL    D.    STEELE,    from    October    10, 

1861,  to  July  22,  1862. 
JAMES  MARTIN,  from  August  10,  1862, 

to  June  3,   1864. 
LEWIS    B.    PORTER,    from    June    4    to 

November  15,  1864. 
CHARLES  R.  JOHNSON,  from  April  i 

to  August  31,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JULES  F.  BILLARD,  from  September 
14,  1861,  to  February  6,  1862. 


HENRY  W.  GREENE,  from  February 
10  to  June  7,  1862. 

JAMES  MARTIN,  from  June  7  to  Au- 
gust 10,  1862. 

JOHN  W.  BURKE,  from  July  22,  1862, 
to  June  2,  1864. 

ALBION  P.  MARTIN,  from  July  10  to 
September  30,  1864. 

CASPAR  J.  COOK,  from  November  10, 
1864,  to  January  31,  1865. 

HENRY  SQUIRES,  from  February  17 
to  August  31,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

LAWRENCE  JOHN  STEELE,  from  No- 
vember 10,  1861,  to  August  16,  1862. 

BRANTLEY  G.  READ,  from  August  16, 
1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

RAULSTON,  JOHN  B.,  as  Colonel. 

WHITE,  DAVID  B.,  as  Colonel. 

MORRIS,  BYRON  B.,  as  Major. 

OLIVER,  JOHN  N,  as  Surgeon. 

GRASSE,  SIDNEY  D.,  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon. 

COOKE,  EDWARD  A.,  as  Captain. 

KINNEY,  JOHN  W.,  as  Captain. 

SQUIRES,  HENRY,  as  Captain. 

TIDD,  MAURICE  P.,  as  Captain. 

WHITNEY,  JOHN  J.,  as  Captain. 

COPELAND,  AMOS  M.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

IRWIN,  MELVILLE,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

MATTISON,  LUCIUS  V.  S.,  as  First 
Lieutenant. 

TYLER,  RADOLPHUS  D.  S.,  as  First 
Lieutenant. 

WHITNEY,  JOHN  J.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

APPLEBY,  WILLIAM,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

BAXTER,  MORTIMER  J.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

BUTLER,  JAMES  J.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

CLARK,  JULIUS  H.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

ENGLEMAN,  FREDERICK,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 


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FORDRED,  DRAYSON,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

GREENE,  NICHOLAS  F.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

GRIGWARE,  JEDEDIAH,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

HALL,  JOSEPH  M.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

HORTON,  WILLIAM  M.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

KING,  JOHN,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

MARTIN,  ALBION  P.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

NETHAWAY,  DAVID,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

STANTON,  JOSEPH  B.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

TAYLOR,  EDWARD,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

WART,  GEORGE,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

WILSON,  SAMUEL,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

WORMER,  RILEY,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

YOUNGS,  JOHN  F.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

MOHAWK  RANGERS. 

Officer  not  Transferred  to  the  Sist  Infantry. 
Colonel. 

PIERCE,  O.  B.,   from  to  February 

17,   1862. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ABEEL,  EDGAR,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
October  28,  1861,  at  Ohio  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  November  13,  1861;  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  June  8,  1862;  dis- 
charged, June  19,  1863,  at  Hilton  Head, 
S.  C.,  for  promotion  to  Captain  in  U.  S. 
Colored  Troops;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  24,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  8,  1862,  vice  B.  F.  Wood, 
resigned. 

ADKINS,  LEVERETT  C,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  September  14,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  Septem- 
ber 24,  1861;  promoted  Captain,  January 
28,  1862;  discharged  for  disability,  June 
13,  1862;  not  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant; commissioned  Captain,  Febru- 


ary 19,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
28,  1862,  original. 

ANDERSON,  HUGH,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled August  25,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  Septem- 
ber 14,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 20,  1861;  as  Captain,  Company 
G,  July  27,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
June  3,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va.;  mus- 
tered out,  December  22,  1864,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
February  19,  1862,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 15,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Au- 
gust 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  27, 
1862,  vice  H.  C.  Thompson,  resigned. 

APPLEBY,  WILLIAM,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company 
H,  September  16,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, October  3,  1862;  First  Sergeant,, 
no  date;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  Janu- 
ary i,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu> 
tenant,  Company  F,  December  7,  1864; 
as  Captain,  Company  I,  January  4,  1865; 
discharged,  to  date  August  31,  1865,  at 
Washington,  D.  C.;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 16,  1864,  with  rank  from  August  12,. 

1864,  vice  D.  Nethaway,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,    November    19,    1864,    with 
rank  from  September  27,  1864,  vice  C.  C. 
Covell,    resigned;    Captain,   January   31,. 

1865,  with   rank   from  January  4,    1865, 
vice  A.  P.  Martin,  discharged. 

BABCOCK,  WILLIAM  P.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  5,  1861,  at  Scriba 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  D,  September  14, 
1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  December  n, 
1862;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January 
i,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  June  3,  1864, 
at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  November  — ,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
February  27,  1865;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  June  23,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort 
Monroe,  Va.;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  31,  1865,  with  rank 
from.  January  r,  1865,  vice  C.  J.  Cook, 
promoted;  Captain,  July  6,  1865,  with 
rank  from  June  22,  1865,  vice  C.  J., 
Cook,  resigned. 


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BALLARD,  HIRAM  P.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  K, 
July  3,  1862;  promoted  Sergeant-Major, 
January  i,  1864;  wounded  in  action, 
August  16,  1864,  near  Petersburg,  Va. ; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  September  8,  1864;  as  Captain,  Janu- 
ary I,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  September 
17,  1864,  with  rank  from  August  10,  1864, 
vice  J.  H.  Clark,  promoted ;  Captain,  June 
17,  1865,  with  rank  from  January  i,  1865, 
vice  H.  Anderson,  discharged. 

BALLARD,  WILLARD  W.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  September  12,  1861,  at  Rome  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  February  14,  1862 ; 
as  Captain,  November  n,  1862;  killed  in 
action,  June  3,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  February 
19,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  6,  1862, 
original;  Captain,  October  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  7,  1862,  vice  D.  B.  White, 
promoted. 

BARTLETT,  JOSEPH,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Rome  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I,  Oc- 
tober 6,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal,  Febru- 
ary 21,  1862;  Sergeant,  September  23, 
1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  'January  I, 
1864;  wounded  in  action,  June  3,  1864,  at 
Cold  Harbor,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  January  4,  1865 ; 
as  Captain,  Company  A,  August  n,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  31, 
1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  31,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  4,  1865,  vice  W. 
Appleby,  promoted ;  Captain,  July  12,  1865, 
with  rank  from  June  23,  1865,  vice  B.  B. 
Morris,  promoted. 

BAXTER,  MORTIMER  J.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  Herkimer  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
February  21,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  February  17,  1864;  wounded 
in  action,  June  5,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor, 
Va. ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  September  17,  1864;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  24,  1863,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 10,  1863,  vice  J.  H.  Clark,  promoted ; 


First  Lieutenant,  January  29,  1864,  with 
rank  from  November  4,  1863,  vice  M.  J. 
DeForest,  promoted. 

BEDOW,  WILLIAM,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled November  15,  1861,  at  Watervil'le 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  December  21,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  February  15,  1862 ;  Ser- 
geant, July  6,  1862 ;  First  Sergeant  and  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  February 
17,  1865;  as  Captain,  Company  H,  July  25, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  August 
31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  January  31,  1865, 
with  rank  from  January  i,  1865,  vice  J.  J. 
Whitney,  promoted;  Captain,  May  31, 
1865,  with  rank  from  April  i,  1865,  vice 
J.  H.  Clark,  discharged. 

BELDEN,  JAMES  L.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled September  12,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  September  16,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant-Major,  November  29,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
G,  August  2,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
September  12,  1862 ;  discharged,  November 
3,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  18,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
2,  1862,  vice  H.  H.  Hamilton,  resigned ; 
First  Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  September  12,  1862,  vice  G.  W. 
Berriman,  discharged. 

BENNETT,  AUGUSTUS  G.,  age  25  years ; 
enrolled  August  25,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  September  14, 
1861 ;  as  Captain,  December  20,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out,  June  19,  1863,  at  Hilton  Head, 
S.  C,  for  promotion  in  U.  S.  Colored 
Troops ;  not  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  Captain,  February  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  15,  1861, 
original. 

BERRIMAN,  GEORGE  W.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  September  13,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  September  14,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, February  10,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  February  n, 
1862;  discharged,  September  12,  1862;  not 
commissioned  Captain ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  February  19,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  13,  1861,  original. 


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BERRY,  JAMES  H.,  age  20  years ;  enrolled 
December  5,  1861,  at  Ilion  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
February  21,  1862;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
January  i,  1864;  promoted  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, November  i,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  July  i,  1865 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  31, 
1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  19,  1864, 
with  rank  from  November  i,  1864,  vice 
A.  M.  Copeland,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, May  31,  1865,  with  rank  from  April  I, 
1865,  vice  W.  Bedow,  promoted. 

BILLARD,  JULES  F.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Pulaski  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  K, 
August  26,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 14,  1861 ;  discharged,  February  6, 
1862 ;  not  commissioned. 

BLAKELY,  EDWARD  A.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  12,  1861,  at  Syracuse 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  September  16,  1861 ; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 22,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  Septem- 
ber 30,  1864,  at  Chaffin's  Farm,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  January  28,  1865 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  August  31,  1865, 
at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  30,  1864,  with  rank 
from  September  20,  1864,  vice  G.  C.  Smith, 
promoted;  Captain,  March  14,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  28,  1865,  vice  L.  V.  S. 
Mattison,  promoted. 

BRACKETT,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  September  25,  1861,  at  Hannibal 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  D,  September  30,  1861 ; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864; 
promoted  Sergeant,  November  13,  1864; 
Quartermaster-Sergeant,  January  i,  1865; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  June  22,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July 
6,  1865,  with  rank  from  June  22,  1865,  vice 
W.  P.  Babcock,  promoted. 

BRAILEY,  WILLIAM,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled December  6,  1861,  at  Rome  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  December  7,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, November  i,  1862;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  First 


Sergeant,  April  30,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  December 
25,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  November 
30,  1864,  with  rank  from  September  30, 

1864,  vice  B.  S.  DeForest,  discharged. 
BROCKWAY,    JEFFERSON    W.,    age   22 

years ;  enrolled  at  Oswego  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  November  I,  1861 ;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  April  28,  1864; 
dismissed,  to  date  July  6,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  24, 
1863,  with  rank  from  September  6,  1863, 
vice  J.  E.  Mallette,  promoted. 

BUCK,  EPHRAIM  W.,  late  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, 9th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  this  regiment,  August  13, 
1863;  dismissed,  January  4,  1864;  restored 
to  duty,  March  2,  1864;  discharged,  July 
21,  1864,  for  appointment  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, U.  S.  Volunteers ;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  July  8,  1863,  with  rank 
from  July  6,  1863,  vice  S.  D.  Grasse,  de- 
clined. 

BURKE,  JOHN  W.,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
November  20,  1861,  at  Sag  Harbor  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  December  19,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  July  22,  1862; 
killed  in  action,  June  2,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
July  22,  1862,  vice  J.  Martin,  promoted. 

BUTLER,  JAMES  J.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  Verona  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I,  No- 
vember 26,  1862;  promoted  Principal 
Musician,  November  i,  1863;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  December 
2,  1864 ;  as  Captain,  February  12,  1865 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  31, 

1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 16,  1864,  with  rank  from  July  6,  1864, 
vice    J.    W.    Brockway,    dismissed;    First 
Lieutenant,  November  n,  1864,  with  rank 
from  September  29,  1864,  vice  D.  Netha- 
way,  killed  in  action ;  Captain,  January  31, 
1865,  with  rank  from  January  i,  1865,  vice 
R.  A.  Francis,  resigned. 


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CHISHOLM,  JOHN,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
at  Oswego  to  serve  one  year,  and  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  D,  i84th  Infantry, 
August  17,  1864;  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  this  regiment,  January  16, 
1865;  deserted,  September  8,  1865,  from 
hospital  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermas- 
ter, December  14,  1864,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  vice  B.  S.  DeForest,  discharged. 

CLARK,  JULIUS  H.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled September  23,  1861,  at  Waterville 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  November  4,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  February  i, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  January  i,  1864;  wounded  in 
action,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  August  10,  1864;  mustered 
out,  January  10,  1865,  at  damn's  Farm, 
Va. ;  subsequent  service  in  U.  S.  Veteran 
Volunteers ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  30,  1863, 
with  rank  from  June  19,  1863,  vice  B.  G. 
Read,  discharged;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 24,  1863,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 6,  1863,  vice  R.  A.  Francis,  promoted; 
Captain,  September  16,  1864,  with  rank 
from  August  10,  1864,  vice  J.  T.  DeForest, 
discharged. 

CLARK,  SELDEN  P.,  age  45  years ;  enrolled 
September  16,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  December  17,  1861 ;  discharged, 
December  20,  1861 ;  not  commissioned. 

COOK,  CASPAR  J.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
December  14,  1861,  at  Vienna  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  C,  December  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  December  4,  1862 ;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  November  i,  1864;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  Novem- 
ber 10,  1864 ;  as  Captain,  Company  C,  Janu- 
arY  3i,  J86s;  discharged,  June  22,  1865; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  November 
30,  1864,  with  rank  from  November  10, 
1864,  vice  E.  A.  Cooke,  mustered  out ;  Cap- 
tain, January  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  i,  1865,  vice  J.  J.  Whitney,  dis- 
missed. 

COOK,  EDWARD  D.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled November  i,  1861,  at  Sag  Har- 
bor to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  H,  November  22, 


1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  November  26, 
1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  January  29,  1862 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 22,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
June  3,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  January  10,  1865; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  5, 
1862,  vice  P.  French,  promoted. 
COOK,  EDWARD  S.,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled August  31,  1861,  at  Gilbert's  Mills 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  E,  September  16,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, February  10,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  February 
u,  1862;  promoted  Captain,  July  19,  1862; 
discharged  for  disability,  May  15,  1863; 
Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  see 
24th  Cavalry;  not  commissioned  Captain, 
first  service;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  16,  1861,  original ;  Captain,  July 
19,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 
D.  F.  Stowe,  resigned. 

COOKE,  EDWARD  A.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  September  4,  1861,  at  Fort  On- 
tario to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  De- 
cember 20,  1861;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany F,  as  First  Lieutenant,  October  10, 
1863;  mustered  out,  November  18,  1864; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and  Ad- 
jutant, February  19,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  26,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  24,  1863,  with 
rank  from  August  i,  1863,  vice  D.  C. 
Rix,  promoted;  Captain,  not  mustered, 
November  15,  1864,  with  rank  from 
September  29,  1864,  vice  M.  J.  De- 
Forest,  discharged. 

CO  PEL  AND,  AMOS  M.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  August  24,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  September  14,  1861; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  I,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  May  i,  1864;  wounded  in  action, 
September  30,  1864,  at  Fort  Harrison, 
Va. ;  accidentally  injured  on  railroad, 
November  7,  1864;  died  of  his  injuries, 
January  13,  1865,  at  National  Hospital, 
Baltimore,  Md.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  23,  1864,  with  rank 
from  January  12,  1864,  vice  N.  H.  Gil- 


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bert,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  not 
mustered,  December  7,  1864,  with  rank 
from  September  29,  1864,  vice  D.  Netha- 
way,  killed  in  action. 

COVELL,  CHARLES  C,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  December  10,  1861,  at  Vienna 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  December  14, 
1861;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  Octo- 
ber 2,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  June  19,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  June  3,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va.;  discharged,  September  27, 
1864;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
November  30,  1863,  with  rank  from 
June  19,  1863,  vice  R.  H.  Willoughby, 
mustered  out. 

DEFOREST,  BARTHOLOMEW  s.,  age 

39  years;  enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  August  26, 
1862;  appointed  Quartermaster,  Septem- 
ber i,  1862;  discharged  for  disability, 
September  19,  1864;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  August  27,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  2,  1862,  vice  H.  Little- 
field,  Jr.,  dismissed;  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  February  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  September  I,  1862,  vice  R.  A. 
Francis,  transferred. 

DEFOREST,  JACOB  J.,  age  41  years; 
enrolled  August  26,  1861,  at  Fort  On- 
tario to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  December  20, 
1861;  wounded  in  action,  May  31,  1862, 
at  Fair  Oaks,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  Col- 
onel, July  7,  1862;  discharged  for  dis- 
ability, March  30,  1863 ;  discharge  revoked 
and  restored  to  command,  April  28,  1863 ; 
discharged  for  disability,  September  I, 
1864;  commissioned  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
February  19,  1862,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 20,  1861,  original ;  Colonel,  July  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  7,  1862,  vice 
Edwin  Rose,  resigned. 

DEFOREST,  JOHN  T.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
F,  September  23,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, December  19,  1861;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  De- 
cember 20,  1861;  discharged,  February 
10,  1862;  again  enrolled  and  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
May  31,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 


tember i,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  F, 
May  15,  1863;  discharged  for  disability, 
August  10,  1864;  not  commissioned  in 
service  in  1861;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  19,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  31,  1862,  vice  E.  A.  Fish,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  February  17, 

1863,  with  rank  from  September  i,  1862, 
vice  B.  S.  DeForest,  appointed  Quarter- 
master;   Captain,    June    13,    1863,    with 
rank  from  May  15,  1863,  vice  E.  S.  Cook, 
resigned. 

DEFOREST,  MARTIN  J.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  27,  1861,  at  Albany 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  October  n,  1861; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  November  15, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  July  27, 
1862;  as  Captain,  August  10,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  June  3,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va.;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  October  27,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  15, 
1861,  original ;  First  Lieutenant,  October 
18,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  27,  1862, 
vice  H.  Anderson,  promoted;  Captain, 
December  24,  1863,  with  rank  from 
August  10,  1863,  vice  W.  C.  Newberry, 
discharged. 

DOLBIER,  SAMUEL,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled September  12,  1861,  at  Syracuse 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  G,  September  24, 
1861;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  July  I, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
September  12,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
September  29,  1864,  at  Chaffm's  Farm, 
Va.;  died  of  his  wounds,  October  i, 

1864,  on    steamer   en    route    to    hospital; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber   12,    1862,   vice   J.    L.    Belden,    pro- 
moted. 

DURYEA,  ISAAC  J.,  age  51  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  October 
17,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va.; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  October  17, 
1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  D. 
McFarland,  resigned. 

EARL,  GEORGE  W.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, August  12,  1862;  discharged  for 


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disability,  March  26,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  August  27, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  12,  1862, 
original. 

EDDY,  R.  HENRY,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled August  24,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  A,  Septem- 
ber 14,  1861;  discharged,  February  10, 
1862;  again  enrolled  and  appointed  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  I,  April  25, 
1862;  discharged  for  disability,  Septem- 
ber 12,  1862;  not  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant  in  service  in  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  25,  1862,  vice  S.  J. 
Steves,  resigned. 

EDWARDS,  JR.,  JOHN  B.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
D,  September  14,  1861;  discharged  for 
disability,  January  20,  1862;  not  com- 
missioned. 

ENGLEMAN,  FREDERICK,  age  29 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  one  year,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  F,  April  8,  1865;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  June  n,  1865;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  E,  June  14,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  31, 
1865,  at  F"ort  Monroe,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  30,  1865,  with  rank  from 
September  21,  1864,  vice  L.  V.  S.  Matti- 
son,  promoted. 

FISH,  ELIAS  A.,  age  39  years;  enrolled 
August  31,  1861,  at  Gilbert's  Mills  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  September  16, 
1861;  muster-in  revoked,  and  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  10,  1862;  promoted 
Captain,  May  31,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  September  29,  1864,  at  Chaffin's 
Farm,  Va.;  died  of  his  wounds,  October 
2,  1864,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  16, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  July  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  31,  1862,  vice  W.  C. 
Raulston,  promoted. 

FITCH,  OREN  J.,  age  41  years;  enrolled 
October  S,  1861,  at  Rome  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
C,  November  13,  1861;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  10,  1862;  discharged, 


July  28,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  19,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  14,  1861,  original. 

FOOTE,  JAMES  G.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled August  28,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  September  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  May  — ,  1863;  re-en- 
listed as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  April  27,  1864;  Ser- 
geant-Major,  May  i,  1865;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  Au- 
gust 10,  1865;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe, 
Va.;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  12,  1865,  with  rank  from  June  23, 
1865,  vice  A.  H.  Maynard,  resigned. 

FORDRED,  DRAYSON,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  September  27,  1862,  at  Sag 
Harbor  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  H,  October  30, 
1862;  promoted  Corporal,  September  — , 
1862;  First  Sergeant,  November  i,  1862; 
killed  in  action,  June  3,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, Second  Lieutenant,  April  9,  1864, 
with  rank  from  March  10,  1864,  vice 
E.  A.  Stimson,  promoted. 

FRANCIS,  ROGER  A.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  Fort  Ontario  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  September  26,  1861;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster, 
same  date ;  mustered  in  as  such,  Decem- 
ber 20,  1861;  transferred  to  Company 
H,  as  First  Lieutenant,  September  i, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  December 
22,  1863;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  September  26,  1864,  at  Chesa- 
peake General  Hospital,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, February  19,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  26,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  September  i,  1862,  vice  O.  J. 
Fitch,  resigned;  Captain,  December  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  September  6,  1863, 
vice  J.  B.  Raulston,  promoted. 

FRENCH,  PETER,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
November  i,  1861,  at  Sag  Harbor  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  H,  Novem- 
ber 23,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  July  6,  1862;  mustered  out,  Au- 
gust 19,  1864,  for  promotion  to  Major, 
46th  Infantry;  commissioned  Second 


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Lieutenan4:,  February  19,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  18,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  October  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  5,  1862,  vice  R.  D.  S.  Tyler, 
promoted. 

GILBERT,  NEWELL  H.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
E,  September  n,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  September  14, 
1861 ;  Sergeant,  January  i,  1862 ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June 
I,  1862;  discharged  for  disability,  January 
12,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  22,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  31, 

1862,  vice  R.  H.  Willoughby,  promoted. 
GRASSE,      SIDNEY     D. ;      commissioned, 

not  mustered,  declined,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
April  26,  1863,  with  rank  from  April  24, 

1863,  vice  G.  W.  Earl,  resigned;  see  iSoth 
Infantry. 

GREENE,  HENRY  W.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled September  13,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  September  14, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  K,  Feb- 
ruary 10,  1862;  discharged,  June  7,  1862; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 19,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
13,  1861,  original. 

GREENE,  NICHOLAS  F.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  March  31,  1864;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, October  — ,  1864;  Principal  Musi- 
cian, December  2,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort 
Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  30,  1865, 
with  rank  from  September  29,  1864,  vice 
S.  Dolbier,  died  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

GRIGWARE,  JEDEDIAH,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  24th  Infantry,  May  17,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  June  17,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  29,  1863, 
at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  again  enrolled  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B,  this 
regiment,  March  10,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, October  — ,  1864;  First  Sergeant, 
January  I,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 


pany, August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe, 
Va. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  30,  1865,  with  rank 
from  April  i,  1865,  vice  J.  H.  Berry,  pro- 
moted. » 

HALEY,  GEORGE  W.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled September  4,  1861,  at  Fulton  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  September  16,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  September  16,  1862;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  November  30, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
•Company  G,  March  22,  1865 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  August  31,  1865,  at 
Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  March  14,  1865,  with  rank 
from  January  28,  1865,  vice  E.  A. 
Blakely,  promoted. 

HALL,  JOSEPH  M.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  D,  Septem- 
ber 17,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal,  Novem- 
ber — ,  1862;  Sergeant,  July  I,  1863;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  I,  1864; 
mustered  in  as-  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
A,  October  26,  1864;  as  Captain,  January 
28,  1865;  discharged  for  disability,  July 
20,  1865 ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  15,  1864, 
with  rank  from  September  29,  1864,  vice 
S.  M.  Tuttle,  died  of  wounds  received  in 
action;  First  Lieutenant,  December  I, 
1864,  with  rank  from  October  26,  1864, 
vice  L.  V.  S.  Mattison,  promoted;  Cap- 
tain, March  14,  1865,  with  rank  from  Jan- 
uary 28,  1865,  vice  L.  B.  Porter,  died  of 
wounds  received  in  action. 

HAMILTON,  HENRY  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  12,  1861,  at  Syracuse 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  September  16, 
1861 ;  discharged,  February  9,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  same  com- 
pany, February  10,  1862;  discharged,  Au- 
gust 2,  1862;  not  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant; commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  19,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 18,  1861,  original. 

HANNAHS,  FRANKLIN  F.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  October  21,  1861,  at  Fairfield  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  November  13,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 


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tain,  February  10,  1862;  died  of  disease, 
August  9,  1862,  at  Harrison's  Landing, 
Va. ;  commissioned  Captain,  February  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  13,  1861, 
original. 

HARRIS,  DELAY  AN  G.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  November  4,  1861,  at  Waterville 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  December  10, 
1861 ;  discharged,  July  7,  1862,  at  Har- 
rison's Landing,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  February  21,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  4,  1861,  original. 

HARTER,  THEODORE,  age  18  years ;  en- 
rolled November  23,  1861,  at  Ilion  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  February  21,  1862;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted 
Sergeant,  February  — ,  1865 ;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  to  date 
January  28,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
March  14,  1865,  with  rank  from  January 
28,  1865,  vice  J.  M.  Hall,  promoted. 

HORTON,  WILLIAM,  M.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  September  4,  1861,  at  Scriba  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  September  14,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  May  31,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ; 
promoted  Corporal,  November  i,  1862; 
Sergeant,  December  i,  1862;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  January  26,  1864;  wounded  in 
action,  June  3,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ; 
discharged  for  disability,  January  19,  1865, 
at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  November 
30,  1865,  with  rank  from  January  10,  1865, 
vice  E.  D.  Cook,  discharged. 

IRWIN,  MELVILLE;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  August  19, 
1865,  with  rank  from  August  7,  1865,  vice 
H.  Squires,  promoted. 

JOHNSON,  CHARLES  R.,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  26th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  C,  this  regiment,  Au- 
gust 25,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 12,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  K, 
April  i,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 


ber 12,  1862,  vice  J.  W.  Oliver,  dis- 
charged; Captain,  January  14,  1865,  with 
rank  from  December  13,  1864,  vice  G.  C. 
Smith,  mustered  out. 

KING,  JOHN,  age  33  years;  enrolled  No- 
vember 8,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
C,  November  15,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, Company  K,  February  6,  1862; 
First  Sergeant,  December  4,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  June  I,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  November  21, 

1864,  at    Chaffin's    Farm,    Va. ;    commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
November  30,  1864,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 26,  1864,  vice  J.  M.  Hall,  promoted. 

KINGMAN,  LYMAN  M.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  at  Morrisville  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  October  16,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
December  19,  1861 ;  killed  in  action,  May 
31,  1862,  at  Seven  Pines,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  February  19,  1862,  with 
rank  from  December  19,  1861,  original. 

KINNEY,  JOHN  W.,  late  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, 26th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  this  regiment,  February 
10,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adju- 
tant, December  20,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort 
Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  December  14,  1864, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  E.  Mal- 
lette,  discharged;  Captain,  not  mustered, 
August  19,  1865,  with  rank  from  July  20, 

1865,  vice  J.  M.  Hall,  resigned. 
LITTLEFIELD,  JR.,  HAMILTON,  age  21 

years;  enrolled  August  24,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  September  14, 
1861 ;  dismissed,  July  16,  1862;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  February  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  u,  1861, 
original. 

MAcFARLANE,  CARRINGTON,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  October  12,  1861,  at  Fort 
Ontario  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Assistant  Surgeon,  November  i,  1861 ; 
discharged,  August  15,  1863,  for  promo- 
tion to  Surgeon,  usth  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  February  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  8,  1861, 
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MALLETTE,  J.  EDMUND,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  August  25,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  September  14,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  July  27,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  January  i, 
1864;  wounded  in  action,  June  3,  1864,  at 
Cold  Harbor,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disa- 
bility from  wounds,  October  29,  1864; 
Major,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
March  13,  1865 ;  commissioned  Second 
'Lieutenant,  October  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  27,  1862,  vice  M.  J.  DeForest, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
December  24,  1863,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 10,  1863,  vice  E.  A.  Cooke,  trans- 
ferred. 

MARTIN,  ALBION  P.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled August  22,  1862,  at  Vienna  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  October  3,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  July  10,  1864;  as 
Captain,  Company  E,  September  30,  1864; 
discharged,  January  4,  1865,  for  disability 
from  wounds  received  in  action;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  12,  1864,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary n,  1864,  vice  M.  J.  Baxter,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  June  21,  1864, 
with  rank  from  June  20,  1864,  vice  J.  W. 
Burke,  killed  in  action;  Captain,  Novem- 
ber ii,  1864,  with  rank  from  September 
29,  1864,  vice  D.  C.  Rix,  killed  in  action. 

MARTIN,  JAMES,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
September  13,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  September  14,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  December  20, 
1861 ;  discharged,  February  10,  1862 ; 
again  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  7,  1862;  as 
Captain,  August  10,  1862 ;  killed  in  action, 
June  3,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ;  not 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  7,  1862,  vice  Henry 
W.  Greene,  resigned;  Captain,  February 
17,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  22,  1862, 
vice  J.  D.  Steele,  resigned. 

MATTISON,  LUCIUS  V.  S.,  age  21  years ; 
enrolled  September  5,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  September  14,  1861 ;  pro- 


moted Sergeant,  December  20,  1861 ;  First 
Sergeant,  July  i,  1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  June  28,  1864;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  December  7,  1864;  as  Ma- 
jor, January  28,  1865;  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  March  i,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort 
Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  9,  1864,  with  rank  from  June 
28,  1864,  vice  A.  P.  Martin,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  November 
19,  1864,  with  rank  from  September  21, 

1864,  vice     S.     Zimmerman,    discharged ; 
Captain,  December  I,  1864,  with  rank  from 
October   26,    1864,   vice    R.    D>.    S.    Tyler, 
discharged;    Major,    March   7,    1865,   with 
rank   from  January  28,   1865,  vice   E.   A. 
Stimson,    discharged ;    Lieutenant-Colonel, 
July   12,   1865,   with  rank  from   March   i, 

1865,  vice  D.  B.  White,  promoted. 
MAYNARD,   ALBERT  H.,   age  21   years; 

enrolled  February  15,  1862,  at  Pompey  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  February  19,  1862;  promoted 
Corporal,  January  23,  1863;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  February  24,  1864;  promoted 
Sergeant,  June  i,  1864;  First  Sergeant, 
March  i,  1865;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  April  I,  1865;  dis- 
charged, June  18,  1865 !  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  31,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  i,  1865,  vice  C.  R. 
Johnson,  promoted. 

McAMBLY,  JOHN,  age  34  years ;  enrolled 
at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years,  and  ap- 
pointed Captain,  Company  B,  August  25, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Major,  December  20, 
1861 ;  killed  in  action,  May  3,1,  1862,  at 
Fair  Oaks,  Va. ;  not  commissioned  Cap- 
tain; commissioned  Major,  February  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  20,  1861, 
original. 

McFARLAND,  DAVID,  age  52  years;  en- 
rolled November  2,  1861,  at  Fort  Ontario 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chap- 
lain, February  10,  1862;  discharged,  June 
7,  1862;  commissioned  Chaplain,  February 
19,  1862,  with  rank  from  February  10, 
1862,  original. 

MILLER,  JOHN  N.,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
i2Oth  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  March  16,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  August  31,  1865,  at 


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Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned  Surgeon, 
February  22,  1865,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  William  H.  Rice,  discharged. 

MORRIS,  BYRON  B.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled November  19,  1861,  at  Herkimer  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  February  21,  1862 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  May  31,  1862;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  February  24,  1864;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  October  i,  1864;  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  January  i,  1865 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  31, 
1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1864,  with  rank 
from'  June  3,  1864,  vice  E.  A.  Stimson, 
promoted;  Captain,  January  3,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  i,  1865,  vice  E.  A. 
Stimson,  promoted;  Major,  not  mustered, 
July  12,  1865,  with  rank  from  March  I, 
1865,  vice  L.  V.  S.  Mattison,  promoted. 

NETHAWAY,  DAVID,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled October  23,  1861,  at  Ohio  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  November  12,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  December  13,  1863 ;  re-en- 
listed as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  June  4,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  August  26,  1864; 
killed  in  action,  September  29,  1864,  at 
Fort  Harrison,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  July  21, 
1864,  with  rank  from  June  3,  1864,  vice 

D.  Fordred,  killed  in  action ;   First  Lieu- 
tenant,    September     16,    1864,    with    rank 
from    August    12,    1864,    vice   P.    French, 
promoted  Major,  46th  Infantry. 

NEWBERRY,  WALTER  C.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  October  19,  1861,  at 
Waterville  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 

E,  November  4,   1861;  as  Captain,  June 
I,     1862;    dismissed,    August    10,     1863; 
order   of  dismissal  revoked   and  honor- 
ably discharged,  to  date  August  10,  1863; 
subsequent     service     in     24th     Cavalry; 
commissioned  First   Lieutenant,   Febru- 
ary 19,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
4,   1861,   original;    Captain,   October   18, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  31,  1862,  vice 
L.   M.   Kingman,  killed  in  action. 

NICHOLS,  JOHN  H.,  age  47  years;  en- 
rolled October  n,  1861,  at  Vienna  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  November  25,  1861 ;  as 


First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  Decem- 
ber 21,  1861;  mustered  out  with  detach- 
ment, February  i,  1862,  at  Washington, 
D.  C.;  not  commissioned. 

OLIVER,  JOHN  N.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
C,  9ist  Infantry,  August  25,  1864; 
as  Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  Sep- 
tember i,  1864;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort 
Monroe,  Va.;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  August  25,  1864,  with  rank 
from  August  22,  1864,  vice  C.  MacFar- 
lane,  promoted  Surgeon,  usth  Infantry; 
Surgeon,  not  mustered,  February  25,. 
1865,  with  rank  from  February  22,  1865,, 
vice  W.  H.  Rice,  discharged. 

OLIVER,  JOHN  W.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,. 
Company  H,  September  17,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  May  31,  1862,  at 
Fair  Oaks,  Va.;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  September  12,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  February  19,, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  19,  1861,, 
original. 

PHILLIPS,  JOHN  G.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  September  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  January  28^ 
1862;  discharged,  July  6,  1862;  not  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  February  19,. 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  28,  1862,. 
original. 

PIERCE,  O.  B.;  received  authority  to- 
organize  a  regiment,  known  as  the  Mo- 
hawk Rangers,  at  Rome  in  1861 ;  the 
regiment  was  consolidated  with  this 
regiment,  and  Colonel  Pierce,  by  reason 
of  this  consolidation,  was  mustered  out  of 
service,  February  17,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

PORTER,  LEWIS  B.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled September  5,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  D,  September  14,  1861; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  August  9,, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,, 
November  10,  1862;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  June  4,  1864;  wounded  in 
action,  September  30,  1864,  at  Chaffin's 


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Farm,  Va.;  died  of  his  wounds,  Novem- 
ber 15,  1864,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va.;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  October 
18,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  9, 
1862,  vice  B.  W.  Richardson,  promoted; 
Captain,  July  8,  1864,  with  rank  from 
June  3,  1864,  vice  J.  Martin,  killed  in 
action. 

RAULSTON,  JOHN  B.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  September  17,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  H,  December  20, 
1861;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  December 
I,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  June  — , 
1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va.;  mustered 
out,  January  15,  1865;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, February  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  n,  1861,  original;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  November  25,  1863,  with  rank 
from  September  6,  1863,  vice  W.  C. 
Raulston,  appointed  Colonel,  24th  Cav- 
alry; Colonel,  not  mustered,  November 
15,  1864,  with  rank  from  September  i, 
1864,  vice  J.  J.  DeForest,  discharged. 

RAULSTON,  WILLIAM  C.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  August  24,  1861,  at  Os- 
wego to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  A,  September  14, 
1861;  promoted  Major,  May  31,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  July 
7,  1862;  discharged,  September  6,  1863, 
for  promotion  in  24th  Cavalry;  com- 
missioned Captain,  February  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  n,  1861, 
original;  Major,  June  20,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  31,  18621,  vice  J.  McAmbly, 
killed  in  action;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
July  19,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  7, 
1862,  vice  J.  J.  DeForest,  promoted. 

READ,  BRANTLEY  G.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  August  30,  1861,  at  Pulaski  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  September  14,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant  and  First  Sergeant, 
no  dates;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  August  16,  1862; 
mustered  out,  June  19,  1863,  for  pro- 
motion in  U.  S.  Colored  Troops;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  October 
18,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  16, 
1862,  vice  L.  J.  Steele,  dismissed. 

RICE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  41  years;  en- 
rolled October  25,  1861,  at  Fort  Ontario 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Surgeon,  December  20,  1861;  mustered 


out,  December  21,  1864;  commissioned 
Surgeon,  February  19,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  20,  1861,  original. 

RICHARDSON,  BENJAMIN  W.,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  at  Rome  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  November  25,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  July  5,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  C,  November  10,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  June  3,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  September  20,  1864;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  5,  1862,  vice 
R.  D.  S.  Tyler,  promoted;  Captain,  Oc- 
tober 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  9, 
1862,  vice  F.  F.  Hannahs,  deceased. 

RIX,  DANIEL  C,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
September  4,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  September  17,  1861 ; 
discharged,  February  9,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  Feb- 
Tuary  10,  1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  July 
22,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  E,  October 
8,  1863 ;  killed  in  action,  September  29, 
1864,  at  Fort  Harrison,  Va. ;  not  commis- 
sioned in  service  in  1861 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  19,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  17,  1861,  original ; 
First  Lieutenant,  July  19,  1862,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  vice  E.  S.  Cook,  promoted ; 
Captain,  August  24,  1863,  with  rank  from 
August  i,  1863,  vice  A.  G.  Bennett,  pro- 
moted to  U.  S.  Colored  Troops. 

ROSE,  EDWIN,  age  —  years ;  Brevet  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  3d  U.  S.  Artillery,  July 
i,  1830;  Second  Lieutenant,  July  I,  1830; 
First  Lieutenant,  August  31,  1836;  re- 
signed, June  30,  1837;  appointed  Colonel, 
this  regiment,  September  25,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  such,  February  10,  1862 ;  dis- 
charged, July  7,  1862;  commissioned  Col- 
onel, February  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  10,  1862,  original. 

RUMRILL,  CHAUNCEY  L.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  September  5,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years  ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  D,  September  14,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  December  3,  1863;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  I,  1864;  pro- 
moted Commissary-Sergeant,  November 
29,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  August  7,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort 


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Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, June  29,  1865,  with  rank  from 
April  i,  1865,  vice  H.  P.  Ballard,  pro- 
moted. 

SHARP,  HENRY,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
September  10,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  September  16,  1861 ; 
mustered  out,  February  10,  1862;  again 
enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  July  22,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  July  ii,  1863,  at  Hilton  Head, 
S.  G,  for  promotion  in  U.  S.  Colored 
Troops ;  not  commissioned  in  service  in 
1861 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  19,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  D.  C.  Rix,  promoted. 

SMITH,  GEORGE  C,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled September  10,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  E,  September  16,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  February  6,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember I,  1862;  commanding  Company  E, 
January  i  to  March  10,  1863;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  15, 
1863;  as  Captain,  October  3,  1864;  mus- 
tered out,  December  9,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  September  i,  1862,  vice  J.  T. 
DeForest,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  June 
13,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  15,  1863, 
vice  J.  T.  DeForest,  promoted;  Captain, 
November  19,  1864,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 20,  1864,  vice  B.  W.  Richardson, 
resigned. 

SQUIRES,  HENRY,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
October  10,  1861,  at  Bridgehampton  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  K,  October  17,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  December  I,  1861 ;  re- 
turned to  ranks,  September  30,  1862;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  November  17,  1862 ;  re- 
enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  February 
17,  1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  Au- 
gust 31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  January  31, 
1865,  with  rank  from  January  i,  1865,  vice 
J.  J.  Butler,  promoted;  Captain,  not  mus- 
tered, June  29,  1865,  with  rank  from  Jan- 
uary 28,  1865,  vice  E.  A.  Cooke,  mustered 
out. 

STANTON,  JOSEPH  B.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  November  5,  1861,  at  Sag  Har- 


bor to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  H,  November  21, 
1861 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i, 
1864;  promoted  Sergeant-Major,  August 
ii,  1865;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  Au- 
gust 31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  30,  1865,  with  rank  from 
September  20,  1864,  vice  John  J.  Whitney, 
promoted. 

STEADMAN,  GEORGE  W.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  August  17,  1862,  at  Annsville  10 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  September  12,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  October  14,  1862;  discharged 
for  disability,  March  10,  1864;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  November  24, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  14,  1862, 
vice  Willard  W.  Ballard,  promoted. 

STEELE,  JOEL  D.,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
October  6,  1861,  at  Mexico  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
K,  October  10,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
May  24,  1862,  at  Seven  Pines,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged, July  22,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  February  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  ii,  1861,  original. 

STEELE,  LAWRENCE  JOHN,  age  21 
years ;  enrolled  September  26,  1861,  at 
Lockport  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  K,  October  6, 
1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  November 
10,  1861 ;  dismissed,  August  16,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  February 
19,  1862,  with  rank  from  December  17, 
1 86 1,  original. 

STEVES,  SETH  J.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  Rome  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I,  Oc- 
tober 24,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 14,  1862;  discharged,  April  25,  1862; 
subsequent  service  in  iiTth  Infantry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 19,  1862,  with  rank  from  December 
21,  1861,  original. 

STIMSON,  EDWARD  A.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  November  16,  1861,  at  Herkimer 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  February  21,  1862;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  12,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  April  30,  1864;  as 
Captain,  July  6,  1864;  wounded  in  action 
at  Chaffin's  Farm,  Va.,  September  or  Oc- 
tober, 1864;  mustered  in  as  Major,  Decem- 
ber 7,  1864;  mustered  out,  February  22, 


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1865,  at  Chaffin's  Farm,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  12,  1862,  vice  R.  H. 
Eddy,  discharged;  First  Lieutenant,  April 
2,  1864,  with  rank  from  March  10,  1864, 
vice  G.  W.  Steadman,  mustered  out;  Cap- 
tain, June  28,  1864,  with  rank  from  June  3, 
1864,  vice  W.  W.  Ballard,  killed  in  action; 
Major,  December  7,  1864,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  D.  B.  White,  mustered 
out. 

STOWE,  DWIGHT  R,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled August  29,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  September  16,  1861 ;  discharged 
for  disability,  July  22,  1862,  at  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. ;  commissioned  Captain,  Feb- 
ruary 19,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 17,  1861,  original. 

TAFT,  HARVEY  C,  age  19  years ;  enrolled 
December  7,  1861,  at  Sand  Banks  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  December  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, June  3,  1864;  Sergeant,  no  date; 
re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
F,  August  13,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July 
12,  1865,  with  rank  from  June  23,  1865, 
vice  J.  Bartlett,  promoted. 

TAYLOR,  EDWARD,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Jamaica  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H, 
March  31,  1864;  promoted  Corporal,  May 
i,  1865;  Sergeant,  June  n,  1865;  Quarter- 
master-Sergeant, July  17,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  August  31,  1865,  at 
Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  November 
30,  1865,  with  rank  from  October  31,  1864, 
vice  M.  P.  Tidd,  promoted. 

THOMAS,  JOHN  T.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  Remsen  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I,  Oc- 
tober 4,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 21,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  de- 
tachment, February  i,  1862,  at  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. ;  subsequent  service  in  ii7th 
Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

THOMPSON,  HENRY  C,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  September  12,  1861,  at  Syracuse 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  September  16,  1861 ; 
discharged,  July  27,  1862;  subsequent 


service  in  i6th  Artillery;  commissioned 
Captain,  February  19,  1862,  with  rank 
ifrom  September  18,  1861,  original. 

THORPE,  WALKER  B.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled September  16,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  December  17, 
1861;  discharged,  December  20,  1861 ;  not 
commissioned. 

TIDD,  MAURICE  P.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled September  5,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  September  14,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  December  20,  1861 ;  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  July  I,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  June  2,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  November  4, 
1864,  at  Chaffin's  Farm,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  13,  1863,  with 
rank  from  May  15,  1863,  vice  G.  C.  Smith, 
promoted;  Captain,  not  mustered,  Novem- 
ber 19,  1864,  with  rank  from  September 
29,  1864,  vice  E.  A.  Fish,  died  of  wounds 
received  in  action. 

TUTTLE,  SQUIRE  M.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled December  9,  1861,  at  Rome  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  December  14,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, September  i,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
December  15,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  vet- 
eran, January  i,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  28,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  September  30,  1864, 
and  died  of  his  wounds,  October  2, 1864,  at 
Fort  Harrison,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  30,  1863,  with  rank 
from  June  19,  1863,  vice  E.  Abeel,  mus- 
tered out. 

TYLER,  RADOLPHUS  D.  S.,  age  28 
years ;  enrolled  at  Fort  Ontario  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  October  12,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  20,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  D1,  February  6,  1862 ;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  June  13,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  June  3,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor,  Va. ; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 
October  26,  1864;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  19,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  18,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  July  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  5,  1862,  vice  J.  G. 
Phillips,  resigned;  Captain,  August  27, 


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1862,  with  rank  from  June  13,  1862,  vice 
L.   C.  Adkins,  resigned. 

WALKER,  JOHN,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
September  10,  1861,  at  Schroeppel  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  September  16,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  A,  February  6,  1862;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  June  — ,  1863 ;  returned 
to  ranks,  October  16,  1863;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  June  4,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  February  17, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  August 
31,  1865,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  January  31,  1865, 
with  rank  from  January  1/1865,  vice  B.  B. 
Morris,  promoted. 

WART,  GEORGE,  Private,  24th  Cavalry; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, this  regiment,  December  24,  1864, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  James  J. 
Butler,  promoted. 

WHITE,  DAVID  B.,  age  32  years ;  enrolled 
at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and  'mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  I,  February 
21,  1862;  as  Major,  July  7,  1862;  dis- 
charged, November  19,  1864;  again  en- 
rolled at  Watertown  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H, 
H2th  Infantry,  February  16,  1865; 
as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  this  regiment, 
April  29,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort  Mon- 
roe, Va. ;  Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865 ; 
commissioned  Captain,  February  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  26,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Major,  October  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  7,  1862,  vice  W.  C.  Raulston, 
promoted ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  February 
17,  1865,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  J. 
B.  Raulston,  promoted ;  Colonel,  not  mus- 
tered, July  12,  1865,  with  rank  from 
March  i,  1865,  vice  J.  B.  Raulston,  not 
mustered. 

WHITNEY,  JOHN  J.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled October  10,  1861,  at  Delta  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  November  4,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  August  i,  1862;  returned  to 
ranks,  October  — ,  1863;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  April  28,  1864; 
dismissed,  February  12,  1865 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  4, 


1863,  with  rank  from  June  19,   1863,  vice 
H.  Sharp,  mustered  out;  First  Lieutenant, 
not   mustered,    November    19,    1864,    with 
rank  from  September  20,  1864,  vice  M.  J. 
Baxter,   resigned;   Captain,   not  mustered, 
December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from  October 
28,  1864,  vice  M.  P.  Tidd,  mustered  out. 

WILLOUGHBY,  RICHARD  HERBERT, 
age  28  years;  enrolled  at  Morrisville  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  E,  November  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  February  i,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
H,  July  7,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  November  21,  1862;  discharged, 
June  19,  1863,  for  promotion  in  U.  S. 
Colored  Troops ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  7,  1862,  vice  D.  G.  Harris,  resigned; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  18,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  31,  1862,  vice  W.  C.  New- 
berry,  promoted. 

WILSON,  SAMUEL,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled September  n,  1861,  at  Gilbert's  Mills 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  September  16,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  F,  February  6, 
1862;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  June  — , 
1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  January  i, 
1864;  discharged  for  disability,  January 
13,  1865,  at  McDougal  Hospital,  Fort 
Schuyler,  N.  Y.  harbor;  commissioned 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 16,  1864,  with  rank  from  June  3, 

1864,  vice  L.  B.  Porter,  promoted. 
WOOD,  BENJAMIN  F.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled October  23,  1861,  at  Ohio  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany   C,    November    13,    1861 ;    as    Second 
Lieutenant,  December  10,  1861 ;  discharged, 
June  8,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  13,  1861,  original. 

WORMER,  RILEY,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
at  Oswego  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  H,  Sep- 
tember 16,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  May 
31,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  January  i,  1864;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  April  26,  1865 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  August  31,  1865,  at  Fort 
Monroe,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  30,  1865, 
with  rank  from  September  27,  1864,  vice 
William  Appleby,  promoted. 


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YOUNGS,  JOHN  F.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled October  12,  1861,  at  Bridgehampton 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  October  17,  1861 ; 
promoted  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  De- 
cember 20,  1861;  mustered  out,  October 
20,  1864;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  30,  1865, 
with  rank  from  August  28,  1865,  vice  S. 
Wilson,  discharged. 

ZIMMERMAN,   SEWARD,  age  21  years; 


enrolled  at  Herkimer  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
November  16,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
February  21,  1862;  First  Sergeant,  Sep- 
tember 23,  1863;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  December  15, 
1863;  discharged,  September  21,  1864,  for 
disability  from  wounds  received  in  action ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  November 
3,  1863,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  L. 
Belden,  resigned. 


EIGHTY-SECOND  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 
Second  Militia ;  Second  Regiment  N.  Y.  S.  Light  Infantry ;  State  Guards. 

The  2d  Regiment  Militia  failing  to  be  ordered  to  the  front  under  the  first  call, 
organized  in  New  York  city  as  a  regiment  of  volunteers,  Col.  G.  W.  B.  Tompkins,  under 
special  authority  from  the  War  Department ;  and  was  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United 
States  for  three  years  at  Washington,  D.  C,  between  May  20  and  June  17,  1861.  Com- 
pany A  was  mustered  out  and  consolidated  into  the  other  companies'  July  15,  1861 ;  a  new 
Company  A  joined  in  September,  1861 ;  Company  D,  the  howitzer  company  of  the  regiment, 
served  mostly  detached  from  it,  until  it  was  finally  converted  into  the  3d  Battery  of  Light 
Artillery,  and,  in  September,  1861,  was  replaced  by  a  new  company.  The  regiment  was 
recruited  principally  in  New  York  city,  turned  over  to  the  State  in  September,  1861,  and 
received  its  numerical  volunteer  designation  December  7,  1861.  The  men  not  entitled  to 
be  mustered  out  with  the  regiment  were,  May  22,  1864,  formed  into  a  battalion  of  five 
companies,  those  of  A  and  C  forming  Company  A;  those  of  B  and  G  forming  Company 
B ;  those  of  F  and  I  forming  Company  C ;  those  of  D  and  H  forming  Company  D,  and 
those  of  E  and  K  forming  Company  E,  and  June  28,  1864,  the  men  of  the  42d  Infantry,  not 
mustered  out  with  their  regiment,  were  transferred  to  this  battalion,  which  was  finally,  July 
10,  1864,  transferred  to  the  59th  Infantry. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  May  18,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C,  from 
May  20,  1861 ;  in  2d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  Army  Department  N.  E.  Virginia,  from  July, 
1861 ;  in  Stone's  Brigade,  Division  Potomac,  from  August  I,  1861 ;  in  Gorman's  Brigade, 
Stone's  Division,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  same,  ist,  brigade,  zd 
Division,  2d  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  March,  1862;  and  commanded  by  Col.  Henry 
W.  Hudson,  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  June  25,  1864,  at  New  York  city. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  5  officers,  129  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  5  officers,  38  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
5  officers,  84  enlisted  men;  total,  15  officers,  251  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  266;  of  whom 
24  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

"O 

.Sfi 

W  <U 

^e 

W 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Fairfax  Court  House,  Va  

1861. 

Bull  Run,  Va  

21 
Oct                 22 

16 

M 

4 

24 

59 

Goose  Creek,  Va  

Woodstock,  Va  

1862. 

April           2 
April  1  6- 
May     4 

May            7 

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

t 

3 

Near  West  Point,  Va  

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Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

PLACE. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Fair  Oaks,  Va  

1862. 
May   31- 
June     i 
June  25- 
July    2 

9 

i 

4 

2 

55 
g 

7i 
55 

6 

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

42 
i 

Garnett's  Farm  

Peach  Orchard  

29 
29 
30 
3° 
July            i 
Aug.           5 
Sept.           2 

Savage  Station  

i 

i 

White  Oak  Swamp  Bridge  

Glendale  

Malvern  Hill  

Malvern  Hill,  Va  

Fairfax  Court  House,  Va  

Antietam,  Md  

i? 
Dec.    11—15 

21 

78 

IS 

128 

21 

6 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

7 

Marye's  Heights  and  Salem  Church,  Va  

1863. 
May        3-4 
June  24—25 

3 

Haymarket,  Va  

Gettysburg,  Pa  

July        1-3 
29 
Oct.           14 
14 
Nov.  26- 
Dec.     2 
Nov.         27 
1864. 
May        5-7 
8-21 
10 

12 

18 
22-26 
27-31 
June     i—  12 

3 

42 

i 

10 

I  I 

no 

i 

M 

192 

Robinson's  Cross  Roads,  Va  

Auburn,  Va  

\ 

18 

26 
i 

29 

Si 

4 
34 

Mine  Run  Campaign,  Va  

Robertson's  Tavern  

I 

6 

3 

1       3 

|     4 

i. 

7 
30 

2 
21 

9 

S 

3 

Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va  

Laurel  Hill  

Salient  

3 

3 

Landron  House  

North  Anna,  Va  

i 

i 

Cold  Harbor,  Va  

June  15- 
July  10 
June  15-19 
21-23 

4 

i 

Before  Petersburg,  Va  

Assault  of  Petersburg,  Va  
Weldon  Railroad,  Va  

• 

i 

}' 

7 

109 

121 

Total  loss  

5 

129 

5 

38 

28 

37i 

5 

225 

806 

OFFICERS    OF   THE   REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

GEORGE  W.  B.  TOMPKINS,  from  May 
21,  1861,  to  May  26,  1862. 

HENRY  W.  HUDSON,  from  May  26, 
1862,  to  May  20,  1863,  and  from  Septem- 
ber 5,  1863,  to  June  25,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

JOHN  H.  WILCOX,  from  May  21  to  No- 
vember 22,  1861. 

HENRY  W.  HUDSO'N,  from  December  7, 
1861,  to  May  26,  1862. 

JAMES  HUSTON,  from  May  26,  1862,  to 
Jtfly  2,  1863. 

Majors. 
JOSEPH  JUDSON   DIMOCK,   from   May 

21,  1861,  to  June  22,  1862. 
THOMAS  W.  BAIRD,  from  July  i,   1862, 

to  June  n,  1864. 


Adjutants. 

ANDREW  V.  REA,  from  May  21  to   No- 
vember 5,  1861. 
DUDLEY  BARNARD,  from  November  10, 

1861,  to  June  21,  1862. 

SAMUEL  S.   BROWER,   from  June  21   to 

August  5,  1862. 
WILLIAM    T.    SIMMS,    from    August    5, 

1862,  to  November  16,   1863. 
EDWARD  JACKSON,  from  January  i  to 

June  2,  1864. 

Quartermasters. 
HENRY  R.  FOOTE,    from   May  28,    1861, 

to  April  19,  1862. 
JOHN  M.  HINDS,  from  May  5  to  August 

5,   1862. 
EDGAR  L.  SPRdAT,  from  August  7,  1862, 

to  January   12,    1865. 


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Surgeons. 
ALFRED  POWELL,  from  May  21,  1861,  to 

October  16,  1862. 
WILLIAM'  C  LEWIS,  from  March  25  to 

July  29,   1862, 
S.    HIRAM    PLUMB,   from   November    13, 

1862,  to  July  10,  1864. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
JAMES     FRANCIS     FERGUSON,     from 

May  21,  1861,  to  August  26,  1862. 
WILLIAM    C.    LEWIS,   from   February  20 

to  March  25,  1862. 
JOSEPH  W.  ROBINSON,  from  March  25 

to  August  20,  1862. 
MORGAN    LEWIS,    from    September    10, 

1862,  to  October  29,  1863. 
WILLIAM  R.  FITCH,  from  September  12, 

1862,  to  October  213,  1863. 
JOHN  R.  McCULLDUGH,  from  November 

20,  1863,  to  February  13,  1864. 
WILLIAM  J.  DARBY,   trom  February   13 

to  July   10,   1864. 

Chaplains. 

M.  A.  STEVENS,  from  May  21  to  Septem- 
ber 4,  1861. 
SAMUEL    BAXTER,    from   September   13, 

1861,  to  May  — ,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
CHRISTOPHER  GRAHAM,  from  May  21 

to  September  5,  1861. 
LOUIS     SCHAFFNER,     from     September 

16,    1861,  to   February  8,   1862. 
FRANCIS    A.    YOUNG,    from    March    i, 

1862,  to  March  29,    1863. 

JOHN    W.    DEMPSEY,    from    May    i    to 

July  23,  1863. 
HENRY  A.  MAXWELL,  from  May  22  to 

June  29,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  A.  MAXWELL,  from  May  21  to 
July  15,  1861. 

FRANCIS  A.  YOUNG,  from  September  14, 
1861,  to  March  i,  1862. 

JONAH  C.  HOYT,  from  March  7  to  Sep- 
tember 27,  1862. 

THOMAS  HUGGINS,  from  May  31,  1863, 
to  July  10,  1864. 


Second  Lieutenants: 

SAMUEL  IRWIN,  from  May  21  to  October 
15,  1862. 

JOHN  T.  PRYOR,  from  March  I  to  No- 
vember 24,  1862. 

THOMAS  J.  BURRELL,  from  November 
25,  1862,  to  May  2,  1864. 

RICHARD  FOWLER,  from  May  21  to 
July  3,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

THOMAS  M.  REID,  from  May  21  to  Sep- 
tember 6,  1861. 
THOMAS  W.  BAIRD,  from  September  7, 

1861,  to  July  i,  1862. 

AUGUSTUS   B.   CLARK,   from  July   I   to 

September  26,   1862. 
JONAH    C    HOYT,    from    September    27, 

1862,  to  July  3,  1863. 

GEORGE  W.  RYERSON,  from  May  22  to 
July  10,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
THOMAS    W.    BAIRD',    from    May  21    to 

September  7,  1861. 
AUGUSTUS  B.   CLARK,   from   September 

13,  1861,  to  July  i,  1862. 
DUDLEY   BARNARD,    from   November  8 

to  10,  1861. 
CHARLES  O.   SHEPARD,  JR.,   from  July 

i  to  November  24,  1862. 
WILLIAM  McKEE,  from  January  i,  1863, 

to  May  21,  1864. 
HENRY     SHERMAN     TAINTOR,     from 

April  26  to  July  10,  1864. 
JOHN  EVERTSON,  from  May  22  to  June 

12,    1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  SIMPSON,  from  May  21  to  Au- 
gust 9,  1861. 

JOHN  H.  DOBBS,  from  August  9,  1861, 
to  April  3,  1862. 

CHARLES  O.  SHEPARD',  JR.,  from 
March  i  to  July  I,  1862. 

WILLIAM  McKEE,  from  July  i,  1862,  to 
January  i,  1863. 

RICHARD  FOWLER,  from  December  27, 
1862,  to  May  21,  1864. 

JAMES  A.  FENTON,  from  May  21  to  July 
10,  1864. 


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OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captiins: 
EDWARD    B.    STEAD,   from   May  21   to 

August  7,  1861. 
ROBERT  BURNS,  from  December  3,  1861, 

to  April  29,   1862. 
HENRY    A.    MAXWELL,   from   May    19, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1864. 

PHILIP  J.  DOWNEY,  from  May  21  to 
July  10,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  W.  BOOCOCK,  from  May  21  to 
September  i,  1861. 

CHARLES  E.  ROBINSON,  from  Septem- 
ber i  to  October  28,  1861. 

SAMUEL  S.  BROWBR,  from  October  29, 
1861,  to  June  21,  1862. 

THOMAS  HUGGINS,  from  July  27,  1862, 
to  May  31,  1863. 

WILLIAM  T.  SIMMS,  from  November  16, 

1863,  to  May  22,  1864. 

WILLIAM  McKEE,  from  May  21  to  July 
10,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  E.  ROBINSON,  from  May  21 

to  September  i,  1861. 
LATIMER  WALLACE,  from  September  i 

to  October  n,  1861. 
DANIEL  S.  ROBINSON,  from  November 

i,  1861,  to  January  24,  1862. 
HARVEY  P.  HAWLEY,  from  March  I  to 

June  2,   1862. 
WILLIAM    T.    SIMMS,    from    May   31    to 

August  5,    1862. 
HARRY   SLOANE,   from  September  27  to 

November    i,    1862. 
THOMAS  M.   HASLAM,  from  January  i 

to  May  25,  1863, 
WILLIAM    H.    WARTS,    from    July    16, 

1863,  to  November  i,  1864. 
EDWARD  JACKSON,  from  September  i, 

1863,  to  January  i,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
THOMAS    W.    DAVIS,    from   October    i, 

1861,  to  April  8,  1862. 

THOMAS   CUMMINGS,  from  April  8  to 

October  24,  1862. 
CORNELIUS  MURPHY,  from  October  15, 

1862,  to  July  10,  1864. 


First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN   G.   ARMOUR,   from   September   2, 

1861,  to  April  27,  1862. 
JOHN  M.  HINDS,  from  May  i  to  5,  1862, 

and  from  August  5,  1862,  to  August  26, 

1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
DANIEL  K.   PROUD,  from  September  2, 

1861,  to  February  8,  1862. 

ROBERT    A.    GRAY,    from    February    1-4, 

1862,  to  March  30,  1863. 

CHARLES    A.    ROBERTS,   from   April    6 

to  December  28,  1863. 
CHARLES  H.  BIGLEY,  from  April  27  to 

May  22,   1864. 
MICHAEL  E.  URELL,  from  May  22  to  23, 

1864. 
MICHAEL    CUNNINGHAM,    from    June 

128  to  July  10,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
JAMES  HUSTON,  from  May  21,  1861,  to 

May  26,  1862. 

ANDREW  HARRY  EMBLER,  from  June 
20,  1862,  to  July  10,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  BURNS,  from  May  21  to  Decem- 
ber 3,  1861. 
HENRY    A.    MAXWELL,    from   July    15, 

1861,  to  May  19,  1862. 

JOHN    H.    McDONALD,    from    May    21, 

1862,  to  July  3,  1863. 

JOHN  KELLY,  from  February  27  to  May 

6,   1864. 
WILLIAM   T.    SIMMS,   from  May  22  to 

July  10,   1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM    RANSOM,    from    May    21    to 

August  30,  1861. 
JOHN  M.  HINDS,  from  October  i,   1861, 

to  May  i,  1862. 
WILLIAM    PALMER,    from   April   30    to 

June  20,   1862. 
JOHN  KELLY,   from  November  26,   1862, 

to  February  27,  1864. 
JAMES  BOYLE,  from  to  April  21, 

1864. 
JAMES  A.  FENTON,  from  May  20  to  21, 

1864. 


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2901 


CHARLES  H.  BIGLEY,  from  May  22  to 
July  10,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

JAMES  BRADY,  from  May  21  to  Novem- 
ber i,  1861. 

JAMES  G.  HUGHES,  from  November  5, 
1861,  to  September  14,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JAMES   MULLVEHILL,  from  May  21   to 

June  12,  1861. 
JAMES   G.    HUGHES,   from.  August    i   to 

November  5,  1861. 
GEORGE    W.    RYERSON,    from    October 

30,  1861,  to  May  26,  1862. 
WILLIAM  PALMER,  from  June  20,  1862, 

to  June  25,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  G.  HUGHES,  from  May  21  to  Au- 
gust i,  1861. 
JOHN    W.    LEONARD,    from    August    i, 

1861,  to  May  25,  1862. 

MICHAEL    BLAKE,    from    September    i, 

1862,  to  January  5,   1863. 

JOHN    CRANSTON,    from   January    i    to 

July  27,   1863. 
MICHAEL  E.  URELL,  from  July  27,  1863, 

to  May  22,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

RICHARD  BARRY,  from  May  21  to  No- 
vember 14,  1861. 

DEWITT   CLINTON   BERRY,    from   Jan- 
uary i  to  June  22,  1862. 
GEORGE   W.   RYERSON,   from   May  26, 
1862,  to  May  22,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  T.  WILSON,  from  June  i  to  Octo- 
ber 13,  1861. 

DEWITT  CLINTON  BERRY,  from  Octo- 
ber 22,  1861,  to  January  i,  1862. 

WILLIAM  T.  WORRALL,  from  January 
i  to  March  20,  1862. 

CORNELIUS  MURPHY,  from  March  20 
to  October  15,  1862. 

JOHN  EVERTSON,  from  July  i,  1862,  to 
May  22,  1864. 


Second  Lieutenants: 
DEWITT    CLINTON   BERRY,   from  June 

i  to  October  22,  1861. 
POINSETT    COOPER,    from   October   22, 

1861,  to  January  10,   1862. 

JO'SEPH    B.    DAY,    from   February   28  to 

July  21,  1862. 
HENRY  W.  SHORES,  from  November  24, 

1862,  to  December  n,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
DENNIS    DECOURCEY,    from    May    21, 

1861,  to  October  24,  1862. 

THOMAS  CUMMINGS,  from  October  24, 

1862,  to  July  10,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN    W.     DEMPSEY,     from    May    21, 

1861,  to  May  i,  1863. 
THOMAS    CUMMINGS,    from  August    i, 

1861,  to  April  8,   1862. 
BARTHOLOMEW    CRONIN,    from    May 

29,   1863,  to  February  13,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
THOMAS   CUMMINGS,  from  May  21   to 

August  i,  1861. 
SAMUEL  S.  BROWER,  from  August  i  to 

October  29,  1861. 
WILLIAM  T.  CLUTE,  from  November  i, 

1861,  to  February  8,   1862. 
THOMAS   HUGGINS,    from   March   I   to 

July  27,   1862. 

BARTHOLOMEW    CRONIN,    from    July 
27,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

Brevet  Second  Lieutenant: 

JOHN  A.  MAY,  from to  August  15, 

1861. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
JAMES  J.  DELANEY,  from  May  21,  1861, 

to  July  6,  1862. 

PHILIP  J.  DOWNEY,  from  June  29,  1862, 
to  May  21,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
THOMAS   W.   DAVIS,   from  May  21   to 

July  31,  1861. 
PHILIP  J.  DOWNEY,  from  July  i,  1861, 

to  June  29,  1862. 
PATRICK  W.   HERBERT,  from  May  26, 

1862,  to  April  9,  1864. 


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REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OP  ORGANIZATIONS 


Second  Lieutenants: 

FRANK  R.  MOTT,  from  May  21  to  Au- 
gust 15,  1861. 

FRANK  H.  ROSHORE,  from  August  i  to 
November  6,  1861. 

PATRICK  W.  HERBERT,  from  May  6  to 
26,  1862. 

JOHN  S.  JOHNSTON,  from  January  i  to 
November  2,  1863. 

MICHAEL  KEATING,  from  April  27  to 
June  5,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
JOHN  BARROW,   from   May  21,   1861,  to 

September   14,   1863. 

PATRICK  W.  HERBERT,  from  April  9 
to  June  25,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ANTHONY  T.  VAUGHN,  from  May  21 
to  August  2,  1861. 

ANDREW  HARRY  EMBLER,  from  De- 
cember 5,  1861,  to  June  20,  1862. 

HARRY  SLOANE,  from  January  i,  1863, 
to  March  23,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  D.  DIMOCK,  from  May  21  to 

July  24,  1861. 
GEORGE  W.   SHANNON,   from   July   15, 

1861,  to  September  13,   1862. 

HARRY     SLOANE,     from    November     i, 

1862,  to  January  i,  1863. 

JOHN   BOYLE,   from   December   21,    1862, 

to  May  10,  1863. 
JAMES    BOYLE,    from    June   4,    1863,    to 


JAMES   A.    FENTON,    from    April   27   to 
May  20,  1864. 


UNASSIGNED. 


to 


G.   W.   YUSON,    Captain,    from   — 
April  — ,  1864. 

STEWART  A.  STANDIFORD,  First  Lieu- 
tenant, from  June  28  to  July  10,  1864. 

MORTIMER      BRINKERHOFF,      Second 
Lieutenant,  from  June  28  to  July  TO,  1864. 

JOHN    V.    BRYANT,    Second    Lieutenant, 
from  to  June  — ,  1862. 

FRANK  A.   PARKER,   Second  Lieutenant, 
from to  June  — ,  1864. 


OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

HUSTON,  JAMES,  as  Colonel. 

DARROW,  JOHN,  as  Lieutenant-Colonel. 

LUDGATE,  WILLIAM,  as  Adjutant. 

HUGGINS,  THOMAS,  as  Captain. 

IVES,  WALTER  D.,  as  Captain. 

SIMMS,  WILLIAM  T.,  as  Captain. 

LUDGATE,  WILLIAM,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

SPROAT,  EDGAR  L.,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

URELL,  MICHAEL  E.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

GOOBWIN,  WILLIAM  DUNBAR,  as 
Second  Lieutenant. 

MACY,  BENJAMIN  C,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

McCORD,  JAMES,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 
(ad). 

WHITE,  CHARLES  E.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

MEDALS    OF    HONOR    GRANTED    BY    THE 
PRESIDENT  TO 

CAREY,  HUGH,  Sergeant,  Company  E,  for 
gallantry  in  action  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.,  July, 
1863. 

CULLEN,  THOMAS,  Corporal,  Company 
I,  for  capture  of  the  flag  ofr  the  22d  or 
28th  North  Carolina  at  Bristoe  Station, 
Va.,  October  14,  1863. 

URELL,  MICHAEL  E.,  Private,  Company 
E,  for  gallantry  in  action  at  Bristoe  Sta- 
tion, Va.,  October  14,  1863. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ARMOUR,  JOHN  G.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  September  2,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, April  27,  1862;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I3th  Cavalry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  13,  1861,  original. 

BAIRD,  THOMAS  W.,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  21,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  September  7,  1861 ;  as  Major, 
July  i,  1862;  mustered  out,  June  n,  1864, 
at  New  York  city;  not  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant ;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 


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tember  5,  1861,  original;  Major,  July  18, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  I,  1862,  vice 
Joseph  J.  Dimock,  deceased. 

BARNARD,  DUDLEY,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  May  21,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  November  8,  1861 ;  appointed 
Adjutant,  November  10,  1861 ;  discharged, 
June  21,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  January  23,  1862, 
with  rank  from  November  8,  1861, 
original. 

BARRY,  RICHARD,  age  31  years ;  enrolled 
May  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  G,  May  21,  1861 ;  dismissed, 
November  14,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in 
6gth  Militia;  not  commissioned. 

BAXTER,  SAMUEL,  age  45  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  Sep- 
tember 13,  1861 ;  no  record  of  service  sub- 
sequent to  May,  1862;  commissioned 
Chaplain,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  I,  1861,  original. 

BERRY,  DEWITT  CLINTON,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June  I,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  October  22,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  January  i,  1862;  died  of  fever, 
June  22,  1862,  at  Baltimore,  Md. ;  not 
commissioned  Second  nor  First  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  Captain,  January  23, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  i,  1862, 
original. 

BIGLEY,  CHARLES  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  June  14,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, First  Sergeant,  and  wounded  in 
action,  no  dates ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran, 
December  30,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  April  27, 
1864;  transferred  to  Company  E,  May  22, 
1864;  captured  in  action,  June  22,  1864, 
at  Weldon  Railroad,  Va. ;  paroled,  no 
date;  transferred  to  59th  Infantry,  July 
10,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, April  9,  1864,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  C.  A.  Roberts,  deceased. 

BLAKE,  MICHAEL,  age  30  years ;  enrolled 
April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 


three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  May  21,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  May  31,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  i,  1862;  discharged 
for  disability,  January  5,  1863,  at  Phila- 
delphia, Pa.;  not  commissioned. 

BOOCOCK,  JOHN  W.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  May  21,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, September  i,  1861 ;  subsequent 
service  in  I9th  Militia;  not  commissioned. 

BOYLE,  JAMES,  age  37  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
K,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, December  21,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  4,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  E,  no  date ;  discharged, 
April  21,  1864;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863,  with  rank 
from  June  4,  1863,  vice  John  Boyle,  re- 
signed. 

BOYLE,  JOHN,  age  32  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  K, 
May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
August  31,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  21,  1862;  dis- 
charged, May  10,  1863;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  21,  1862,  vice 
George  W.  Shannon,  deceased. 

BRADY,  JAMES,  age  36  years;  enrolled 
April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged, 
November  I,  1861 ;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, 2d  Militia,  June  i,  1858,  with  rank 
from  December  24,  1850. 

BRINKERHOFF,  MORTIMER,  Second 
Lieutenant,  42d  Infantry;  transferred,  un- 
assigned,  to  this  regiment,  June  28,  1864; 
to  5Qth  Infantry,  July  10,  1864;  commis- 
sioned in  42d  Infantry. 

BROWER,  SAMUEL  S.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  May  21,  1861 ;  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  H,  August  I, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
October  29,  1861 ;  appointed  Adjutant, 
June  21,  1862;  discharged,  August  5,  1862; 


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not  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  January 
23,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  30,  1861, 
original;  not  commissioned  Adjutant. 

BRYANT  JOHN  V.,  late  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 3d  Battery;  enrolled  and  appointed 
Second  Lieutenant,  unassigned,  this  regi- 
ment, no  date;  no  record  of  service;  re- 
ported missing  since  June,  1864;  not  com- 
missioned. 

BURNS,  ROBERT,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
May  7,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  May  21,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  Company  C,  December  3,  1861 ; 
discharged,  April  29,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  2d  Militia,  July  30, 
1858,  with  rank  from  June  30,  1858;  Cap- 
tain, January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  i,  1861,  original. 

BURRELL,  THOMAS  J.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  September  i,  1861 ;  captured 
in  action  and  paroled',  no  dates ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  November  25, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at 
Gettysburg,  Pa.;  mustered  out,  May  2, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 15,  1862,  vice  Samuel  Irwin,  resigned. 

CLARK,  AUGUSTUS  B.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  B,  September  13,  1861 ;  as 
•Captain,  July  i,  1862;  discharged,  Sep- 
tember 26,  1862 ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  13,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  I,  1862, 
vice  T.  W.  Baird,  promoted. 

CLUTE,  WILLIAM  T.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  May  21,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  i,  1861 ;  discharged, 
February  8,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  i,  1861,  original. 

COO'PER,  POINSETT,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  F,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 


at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  this  regiment,  October  22, 
1861;  discharged,  January  10,  1862;  sub- 
sequent service  in  42d  Infantry;  not  com- 
missioned. 

CRANSTON,  JOHN,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany A,  May  21,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
Company  E,  July  15,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date ;  transferred  to  Company 
C,  July  — ,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  January  I,  1863 ; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  died  of  his  wounds,  July  27, 
1863,  at  West  Buildings  Hospital,  Balti- 
more, Md. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  27,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  20,  1862,  vice  W.  Palmer,  pro- 
moted. 

CRONIN,  BARTHOLOMEW,  age  .  23 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three'  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  May  21,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  27,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  29,  1863 ;  cashiered,  February 
13,  1864;  disability  removed,  January  21, 
1865,  and  honorably  discharged,  to  date 
February  13,  1864;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  4,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  27,  1862,  vice  T.  Huggins,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  29,  1863,  vice  J.  W. 
Dempsey,  promoted. 

CUMMINGS,  THOMAS,  age  26  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  May  21,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  i,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  April  8,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  H,  October  24,  1862 ; 
mustered  out,  July  10,  1864;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  23,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  i,  1861,  original ;  Cap- 
tain, June  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  April 
8,  1862,  vice  W.  D.  Ives,  declined. 

CUNNINGHAM,  MICHAEL,  Second 
Lieutenant,  42d  Infantry;  transferred  to 
Company  D,  this  regiment,  June  28,  1864; 
to  59th  Infantry,  July  10,  1864;  commis- 
sioned in  42d  Infantry. 

DARBY,  WILLIAM  J.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 


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years,  and  mustered  in  as  Hospital 
Steward,  October  13,  1861 ;  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  February  13,  1864;  transferred  to 
59th  Infantr>,  July  10,  1864;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  June  29,  1864,  with 
rank  from  December  27,  1863,  vice  M. 
Lewis,  resigned. 

DARROW,  JOHN,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  K, 
May  21,  1861 ;  dismissed,  September  14, 
1863 ;  disability  removed,  October  27,  1863, 
and  honorably  discharged,  to  date  Sep- 
tember 14,  1863 ;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  21, 

1861,  original;     Lieutenant-Colonel,     not 
mustered,    November   9,    1863,    with   rank 
from    October   28,    1863,   vice  J.    Huston, 
promoted. 

DAVIS,  THOMAS  W.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged,  July 
31,  1861 ;  again  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  D,  October  i,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, April  8,  1862 ;  not  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
25,  1861,  original. 

DAY,  JOSEPH  B.,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  ynd 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  February  28,  1862 ;  died,  July  21, 

1862,  of  wounds  received  in  action  at  Nel- 
son's Farm,  Va.,  June  30,   1862;  commis- 
sioned   Second    Lieutenant,    February    28, 
1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  original. 

DsCOURCEY,  DENNIS,  age  35.  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged,  Oc- 
tober 24,  1862;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  21, 
1861,  original. 

DELANEY,  JAMES  J.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  May  21,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
June  29,  1862,  at  Savage  Station,  Va. ;  died 
of  his  wounds,  July  6,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  21,  1861,  original. 

DEMPSEY,  JOHN  W.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 


Company  H,  May  21,  1861 ;  captured  in 
action,  July  21,  1861,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
paroled,  no  date;  mustered  in  a?  Captain, 
Company  A,  May  i,  1863;  discharged, 
July  23,  1863,  to  accept  appointment  in 
Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  Captain,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  2d  Militia,  September  4,  1860, 
with  rank  from  August  28,  1860;  Captain, 
May  12,  1863,  with  rank  from  March  28, 

1863,  vice  F.  A.  Young,  resfgned. 
DIMOCK,     JOSEPH     JUDSON,     age     34 

years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Major, 
May  21,  1861 ;  died  of  disease,  June  22, 
1862,  at  Baltimore,  Md. ;  commissioned 
Major,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  21,  1861,  original. 

DIMOCK,  WILLIAM  D.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  May  21,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, July  14,  1861 ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  2d  Militia,  December  29, 
1860,  with  rank  from  December  27,  1860. 

DOBBS,  JOHN  H.,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  May  21,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  August  9,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, April  3,  1862;  subsequent  service 
in  I73d  Infantry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  i,  1861,  original. 

DOWNEY,  PHILIP  J.,  First  Lieutenant, 
3d  Battery  (formerly  Company  D)  ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  I,  this  regiment,  July  I, 
1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  May  31,  1862,  at 
Fair  Oaks,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
June  29,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  May  6, 

1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  transferred 
to  Company  C,  May  21,  1864;  to  59th  In- 
fantry, July   10,  1864;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,    January   23,    1862,    with    rank 
from    May    21,     1861,    original ;     Captain, 
August  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  29, 
1862,    vice    James    J.     Delaney,     died)    of 
wounds  received  in  action. 

EMBLER,  ANDREW  HARRY,  late  First 
Lieutenant,  7ist  Militia ;  enrolled  at 
Pooiesville,  Md.,  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
K,  this  regiment,  December  5,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  Company  E,  June  20,  1862 ; 
transferred  to  59th  Infantry,  July  10,  1864; 


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commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  January  23, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  30,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  June  30,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  20,  1862,  vice  D.  Clinton  Berry, 
deceased. 

EVERTSON,  JOHN,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  October  i,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant-Major, May  31,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  T  ieutenant,  Company  G,  July  i,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  transferred  to  Company  B,  May 
22,  1864;  discharged,  June  12,  1864;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  December  27, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  I,  1862,  vice 
P.  J.  Downey,  promoted. 

FENTON,  JAMES  A.,  age  17  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany A,  September  i,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, March  25,  1862;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  December  29,  1863;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  April 
27,  1864;  transferred  to  Company  E,  May 
20,  1864;  to  Company  B,  May  21,  1864; 
to  59th  Infantry,  July  10,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  9,  1864, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  John  Kelly, 
promoted. 

FERGUSON,  JAMES  FRANCIS,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  May  21,  1861 ;  wounded  and 
captured  in  action,  July  21,  1861,  at  Bull 
Run,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  discharged, 
August  26,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
i65th  Infantry;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  21,  1861,  original. 

FITCH,  WILLIAM  R.,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington,  D.  C,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, September  12,  1862;  discharged,  Oc- 
tober 23,  1863 ;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  September  12,  1862,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  vice  J.  F.  Ferguson,  dis- 
charged. 

FOOTE,  HENRY  R.,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  May  28,  1861 ;  dis- 
missed, April  19,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  January  23, 


1862,  with  rank  from  May  21,  1861, 
original. 

FOWLER,  RICHARD,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany E,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  July  i,  1862;  captured  in  action, 
September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ; 
paroled,  no  date;  returned  to  ranks,  De- 
cember 31,  1862;  promoted  Sergeant,  no 
date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  to  date  December  27,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  transferred  to  Company  A,  May 
21,  1864;  mustered  out,  July  3,  1864;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 
27,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  26, 
1862,  vice  H.  Sloane,  promoted. 

GOODWIN,  WILLIAM  DUNBAR;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, April  9,  1864,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  H.  W.  Shores,  dismissed. 

GRAHAM,  CHRISTOPHER,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany A,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged,  Septem- 
ber 5,  1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  2d 
Militia,  January  18,  1860,  with  rank  from 
January  u,  1860. 

GRAY,  ROBERT  A.,  age  26  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  May  21,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany D,  July  15,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  14,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  May  31,  1862,  at  Fair 
Oaks,  Va. ;  dismissed,  March  30,  1863 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March  6, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  8,  1862, 
vice  D.  K.  Proud,  resigned. 

HASLAM,  THOMAS  M.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal 
and  Sergeant,  no  dates;  First  Sergeant, 
November  20,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  i,  1863;  cashiered, 
May  25,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  27,  1862,  with  rank  from 
December  21,  1862,  vice  P.  W.  Herbert, 
promoted. 

HAWLEY,  HARVEY  P.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First 


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Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  March  i,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, May  31,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ; 
died  of  his  wounds,  June  2,  1862 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  24, 

1862,  with   rank    from   January  24,    1862, 
vice  D.  S.  Robinson,  resigned. 

HERBERT,  PATRICK  W.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
July  I,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  August  13. 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  6,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  May  26, 
1862;  wounded  and  captured  in  action, 
September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ; 
paroled,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  April  9,  1864;  mustered  out, 
June  25,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  19,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
6,  1862,  vice  F.  H.  Roshore,  dismissed ; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  27,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  26,  1862,  vice  G.  W.  Ryer- 
son,  promoted;  Captain,  April  9,  1864,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  Darrow,  pro- 
moted. 

HINDS,  JOHN  M.,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
May  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  G,  June  13,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  October  I,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  I, 
1862;  appointed  Quartermaster,  May  5, 
1862 ;  relieved  and  returned  to  Company  D, 
August  5,  1862;  died  of  disease,  August  26, 

1863,  in  hospital  at  Philadelphia,  Pa. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  23, 
1862,    with    rank    from    October    I,    1861, 
original;   First  Lieutenant,  May  19,   1862, 
with  rank  from  April  29,  1862,  vice  H.  A. 
Maxwell,   promoted;   Quartermaster,  June 
30,   1862,  with  rank  from  April   14,   1862, 
vice  H.  R.  Foote,  dismissed. 

HOYT,  JONAH  C,  age  37  years;  enrolled 
March  6,  1862,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  March  7,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  B,  September  27,  1862; 
killed  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
March  6,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  F.  A.  Young,  promoted;  Captain,  De- 
cember 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 26,  1862,  vice  A.  B.  Clark,  resigned. 


HUDSON,  HENRY  W.,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  December  7,  1861 ;  as  Colonel, 
May  26,  1862 ;  dismissed,  May  20,  1863 ; 
dismissal  revoked,  August  13,  1863;  again 
enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  Sep- 
tember 5,  1863;  mustered  out,  June  25, 
1864;  see  59th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  23,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  29,  1861,  original; 
Colonel,  June  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  26,  1862,  vice  G.  W.  B.  Tompkins, 
resigned;  recommissioned  Colonel,  August 
18,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  2,  1863,  vice 
J.  Huston,  killed  in  action. 

HUGGINS,  THOMAS,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany H,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  March  I,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  July  27,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  May  31,  1863;  cap- 
tured in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg, 
Pa. ;  paroled,  no  date ;  transferred  to  59th 
Infantry,  July  10,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  June  30,  1862,  with  rank 
from  March  i,  1862,  vice  William  T.  Clute, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  October  4, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  27,  1862,  vice 
Thomas  Cummings,  promoted;  Captain, 
not  mustered,  April  9,  1864,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  J.  W.  Dempsey,  resigned. 

HUGHES,  JAMES  G.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  21,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  August  I,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  November  5,  1861 ;  discharged, 
September  14,  1863 ;  subsequent  service  in 
39th  Infantry;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, 2d  Militia,  May  9,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  26,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
Captain,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  5,  1861,  original. 

HUSTON,  JAMES,  age  42  years;  enrolled 
April  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  May  21,  1861 ;  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  May  26,  1862;  killed  in  action, 
July  2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  21,  1861,  original;  Lieutenant- 


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Colonel,  July  18,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  26,  1862,  vice  H.  W.  Hudson,  pro- 
moted; Colonel,  not  mustered,  June  19, 
1863,  with  rank  from  May  20,  1863,  vice 
H.  W.  Hudson,  dismissed. 

IRWIN,  SAMUEL,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  May  21,  1861 ;  cap- 
tured in  action,  July  21,  1861,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va. ;  paroled,  August  17,  1862;  dis- 
charged, October  15,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

IVES,  WALTER  D.;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  declined,  Captain,  May  19,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  8,  1862,  vice  Thomas 
W.  Davis,  resigned. 

JACKSON,  EDWARD,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  May  21,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
May  31,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks,  Va. ;  promoted 
Sergeant-Major,  January  I,  1863;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  September  I,  1863 ;  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  January  i,  1864;  wounded 
in  action,  May  31,  1864,  at  Cold  Harbor, 
Va. ;  died  of  his  wounds,  June  2,  1864,  in 
5th  Corps  Hospital,  White  House  Land- 
ing, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  25, 
1863,  vice  Thomas  M.  Haslam,  cashiered ; 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  December 
24,  1863,  with  rank  from  December  16, 
1863,  vice  W.  T.  Simms,  promoted. 

JOHNSTON,  JOHN  S.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 
no  date ;  Sergeant,  August  i,  1861 ;  First 
Sergeant,  August  5,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  J-antfary  i,  1863;  dis- 
missed, November  2,  1863 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  21,  1862,  vice 
J.  B.  Day,  died  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

KEATING,  MICHAEL,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 
March  i,  1862;  Sergeant,  May  i,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa. ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  De- 
cember 30,  1863 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 


Lieutenant,  Company  I,  April  27,  1864; 
killed  in  action,  June  5,  1864,  at  Cold  Har- 
bor, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, April  9,  1864,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  E.  Jackson,  promoted. 

KELLY,  JOHN,  age  21  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company  H,  May 
21,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  March 
i,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  June  5,  1862; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
November  26,  1862-;  mustered  in  as  such,. 
January  i,  1863;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 27,  1864;  killed  in  action,  May  6, 
1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  27, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  26,  1862,. 
vice  W.  McKee,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, November  30,  1863,  with  rank  from 
July  4,  1863,  vice  J.  H.  McDonald,  killed 
in  action. 

LEONARD,  JOHN  W.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  May  21,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  i,  1861 ;  dis- 
missed, May  25,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  23,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  i,  1861,  original. 

LEWIS,  MORGAN,  age  47  years;  enrolled 
at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Assistant  .Surgeon,  September 
10,  1862;  discharged,  October  29,  1863; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Septem- 
ber II,  1862,  with-  rank  from-  September  9, 
1862,  original. 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM  C,  age  41  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  ta  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, February  20,  1862;  as  Surgeon, 
March  25,  1862;  discharged,  July  29,  1862;. 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  April  9, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  20,  1862,. 
vice  J.  F.  Ferguson,  prisoner  on  parole; 
Surgeon,  April  9,  1862,  with  rank  from 
March  25,  1862,  vice  A.  Powell,  prisoner 
on  parole. 

LUDGATE,  WILLIAM,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  May  21, 1861 ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany E,  July  15,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 
January  i,  1863;  Sergeant-Major,  Septem- 
ber i,  1863 ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  March 
27,  1864;  transferred  to  59th  Infantry,, 


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July  10,  1864;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, First  Lieutenant,  April  29,  1864, 
with  rank  from  April  9,  1864,  vice  P.  W. 
Herbert,  promoted;  Adjutant,  not  mus- 
tered, June  29,  1864,  with  rank  from  June 
16,  1864,  vice  E.  Jackson,  died  of  wounds 
received'  in  action. 

MACY,  BENJAMIN  C;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  January  23, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  20,  1862, 
original. 

MAXWELL,  HENRY  A.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  May  2>i,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  E,  July  15,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  C,  May 
19,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  A,  May 
22,  1864;  mustered  out,  June  29,  1864; 
subsequent  service  in  U.  S.  Veteran  Vol- 
unteers; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  21, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  May  19,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  29,  1862,  vice  Robert 
Burns,  resigned. 

MAY,  JOHN  A.,  age  27  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H,  May 
21,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  June  i, 
1861 ;  discharged,  August  15,  1861,  as 
brevet  Second  Lieutenant;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

McCORD,  JAMES,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  Clustered  in  as  Private,  Company  C, 
June  14,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal  and 
Sergeant,  no  dates;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany A,  May  22,1864;  mustered  out,  June 
14,  1864;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  9,  1864,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  S.  Johnston, 
dismissed ;  recommissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  29,  1864,  with 
rank  from  June  16,  1864,  vice  M.  Keat- 
ing, killed  in  action. 

McCULLOUGH,  JOHN  R.,  age  44  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
November  20,  1863;  dismissed,  February 
13,  1864;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
November  25,  1863,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 20,  1863,  vice  W.  R.  Fitch,  dis- 
charged. 

McDONALD,  JOHN  H.,  age  33  years ;  en- 
rolled April  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city 


to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  August  i,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  May  31,  1862,  at  Fair  Oaks, 
Va. ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  same 
date;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  to 
date  May  21,  1862;  killed  in  action,  July 
3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  June  30,  1862,  with  rank 
from  April  14,  1862,  vice  John  M.  Hinds, 
appointed  Quartermaster. 

McKEE,  WILLIAM,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  B,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, December  n,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant, 
April  29,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  i,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  I,  1863;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
transferred  to  Company  C,  May  21,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  June  18,  1864,  before 
Petersburg,  Va. ;  transferred  to  59th  In- 
fantry, July  10,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  August  30,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  i,  1862,  vice  C.  O.  Shep- 
ard,  Jr.,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 26,  1862,  vice  C.  O.  Shepard,  Jr.,  re- 
signed. 

MOTT,  FRANK  R.,  age  29  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged, 
August  15,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in 
Independent  Corps,  Light  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  2d  Militia, 
June  6,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  17, 
1861. 

MULLVEHILL,  JAMES,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  21,  1861 ; 
discharged,  June  12,  1861 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  2d  Militia,  June  29, 
1859,  with  rank  from  June  8,  1859. 

MURPHY,  CORNELIUS,  late  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  37th  Infantry;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G, 
this  regiment,  March  20,  1862;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  October  15,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  June  I,  1864,  at  Cold 
Harbor,  Va. ;  transferred  to  59th  Infan- 
try, July  10,  1864;  commissioned  First 


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Lieutenant,  June  14,  1862,  with  rank  from 
March  20,  1862,  vice  William  T.  Worrall, 
resigned;  Captain,  December  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  15,  1862,  vice 
Dennis  DeCourcey,  resigned. 
PALMER,  WILLIAM,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  May  21,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
April  30,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  June  20,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, July  2,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa.; 
mustered  out,  June  25,  1864;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  24, 
1862,  with  rank  from  April  29,  1862,  vice 
J.  M.  Hinds,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
December  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 

20,  1862,  vice  A.  H.  Embler,  promoted. 
PARKER,  FRANK  A.,  age  —  years;   en- 
rolled to  serve  three  years,  and  appointed 
Second   Lieutenant,   unassigned,   no    date ; 
no   record    of    service;    reported    missing 
since  June  — ,   1862;  not  commissioned. 

PLUMB,  S.  HIRAM,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
24th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  November  13,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  SQth  Infantry,  July  10,  1864; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  November  13, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  29,  1862, 
vice  Alfred  Powell,  resigned. 

POWELL,  ALFRED,  age  38  years*;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  May 

21,  1861 ;  captured  in  action  and  paroled, 
no  dates ;    discharged,   October    16,    1862 ; 
commissioned   Surgeon,  January  23,   1862, 
with  rank  from  May  21,  1861,  original. 

PROUD,  DANIEL  K,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and'  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  September  2,  1861 ; 
discharged,  February  8,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  23, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  12,  1861, 
original. 

PRYOR,  JOHN  T.,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
February  7,  1862,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  March'  i,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  no  date ;  discharged, 
November  24,  1862;  commissioned  Second 


Lieutenant,  February  7,  1862,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  original. 

RANSOM,  WILLIAM,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  21,  1861 ; 
discharged,  August  30,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

REA,  ANDREW  V.,  age  36  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged,  No- 
vember 5,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in 
I55th  Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  2d  Militia,  August 
28,  1860,  with  rank  from  August  n,  1860. 

REID,  THOMAS  M.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  May  21,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, September  6,  1861 ;  subsequent 
service  in  i82d  Infantry;  commissioned 
Captain,  2d  Militia,  May  26,  1858,  with 
rank  from  April  21,  1858. 

ROBERTS,  CHARLES  A.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  June  14,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  April  6,  1863;  died 
of  congestion  of  the  brain,  December  28, 
1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  23,  1863,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 30,  1862,  vice  Charles  E.  White,  de- 
clined. 

ROBINSON,  CHARLES  E.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  May  21,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  September  I,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  28,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

ROBINSON,  DANIEL  S.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  i,  1861 ;  discharged, 
January  24,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  23,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  i,  1861,  original. 

ROBINSON,  JOSEPH  W.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  appointed  Assistant  Surgeon, 
March  25,  1862;  captured  in  action,  July 
i,  1862,  at  Nelson's  Farm,  Va. ;  paroled, 


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no  date;  joined  regiment,  July  20,  1862; 
discharged,  August  20,  1862,  for  promo- 
tion to  Surgeon,  14151  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  April  9,  1862, 
with  rank  from  March  25,  1862,  vice 
William  C.  Lewis,  promoted. 

ROSHORE,  FRANK  H.,  age  29  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  May  21,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, August  I,  1861 ;  dismissed,  No- 
vember 6,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in 
i65th  Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

RYERSON,  GEORGE  W.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  at  Poolesville,  Md.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  October  30,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  May  26,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  July  2,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa.,  and  May  16,  1864,  at  Spotsyl- 
vania,  Va. ;  transferred  to  Company  B, 
May  22,  1864;  to  SQth  Infantry,  July  10, 
1864;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Jan- 
uary 23,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  31, 

1861,  original ;    Captain,   August  30,   1862, 
with  rank  from  May  26,  1862,  vice  James 
Huston,  promoted. 

SCHAFFNER,  LOUIS,  late  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Adjutant,  7th  Infantry;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  A,  this  regiment, 
September  16,  1861 ;  discharged,  February 
8,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  is6th  Infan- 
try; commissioned  Captain,  January  23, 

1862,  with    rank   from    October  20,    1861, 
original. 

SHANNON,  GEORGE  W.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  May  21,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  15,  1861 ;  died  of  disease, 
September  13,  1862,  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
23,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  10,  1861, 
original. 

SHEPARD,  JR.,  CHARLES  O.,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  2ist  Infantry,  May  20, 
1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
thisi  regiment,  March  I,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  June  8,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  July  I,  1862;  discharged, 
November  24,  1862 ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  April  2,  1862,  with  rank  from 


March  i,  1862,  vice  John  H.  Dobbs,  re- 
signed ;  First  Lieutenant,  August  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  I,  1862,  vice  A.  B. 
Clark,  promoted. 

SHORES,  HENRY  W.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Conv 
pany  G,  June  i,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 
no  date ;  Sergeant,  October  i,  1861 ;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  24,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  such,  January  i,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettys- 
burg, Pa.;  dismissed,  December  u,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
24,  1862,  vice  J.  T.  Pryor,  resigned. 

SIMMS,  WILLIAM  T.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant- 
Major,  December  i,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  31, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
August  5,  1862;  transferred  to  Company 
C,  as  First  Lieutenant,  November  16, 
1863;  wounded  in  action,  May  6,  1864,  at 
the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany E,  May  22,  1864;  to  59th  Infantry, 
July  10,  1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  14,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
31,  1862,  vice  H.  P.  Hawley,  died  of 
wounds  received  in  action ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  9,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  5,  1862,  vice  S.  S.  Brower,  re- 
signed; Adjutant,  February  n,  1863,  with 
rank  from  June  21,  1862,  vice  Dudley 
Barnard,  discharged;  Captain,  not  mus- 
tered, May  18,  1864,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary i,  1864,  vice  J.  G.  Hughes,  dis- 
charged. 

SIMPSON,  HENRY,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  21,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, August  9,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

SLOANE,  HARRY,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  Au- 
gust i,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  May  6,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  May  31,  1862,  at  Fair 
Oaks,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  September  27,  1862; 


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transferred  to  Company  K,  November  i, 
1862 ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
January  I,  1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  July 
3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  discharged  for 
disability,  March  23,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  5,  1862,  vice  W.  T. 
Simms,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 26,  1862,  vice  J.  C.  Hoyt,  promoted. 

SPROAT,  EDGAR  L.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  Bolivia,  Md.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  August  7,  1862 ;  dis- 
charged, January  12,  1865;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  October 
9,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  7,  1862, 
vice  J.  M.  Hinds,  appointed  Quarter- 
master; Quartermaster,  February  12,1863, 
with  rank  from  August  7,  1862,  vice  J.  M. 
Hinds,  transferred. 

STANDIFORD,  STEWART  A.,  First 
Lieutenant,  42d  Infantry;  transferred  to 
this  regiment,  unassigned,  June  28,  1864; 
to  59th  Infantry,  July  10,  1864;  commis- 
sioned in  42d  Infantry. 

STEAD,  EDWARD  B.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany C,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged,  August 
7,  1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  2d  Militia, 
May  9,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861. 

STEVENS,  M.  A.,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  May  21, 
1861 ;  discharged,  September  4,  1861 ;  not 
commissioned. 

TAINTOR,  HENRY  SHERMAN,  age  22 
years ;  enrolled  at  Stevensburg,  Va.,  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  April  26,  1864; 
captured  in  action,  May  25,  1864,  at  North 
Anna,  Va. ;  transferred  to  59th  Infantry, 
July  10,  1864;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, April  9,  1864,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  vice  B.  Cronin,  cashiered. 

TOMPKINS,  GEORGE  W.  B.,  age  35 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Colonel, 
May  21,  1861;  discharged,  May  26,  1862; 
subsequent  service  in  I3th  Cavalry;  com- 
missioned Colonel,  January  23,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  21,  1861,  original. 


URELL,  MICHAEL  E.,  age  19  years,  en- 
rolled April  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  May  21,  1861 ;  returned 
to  ranks,  no  date;  captured  in  action,  July 
2,  1862 ;  exchanged,  August  3,  1862 ; 
wounded  in  action,  October  14,  1863,  at 
Bristoe  Station,  Va. ;  promoted  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  to  date  July  27, 
1863;  mustered  in  as  such,  April  i,  1864; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  May  22,  1864; 
discharged,  May  23,  1864;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  Major,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865 ;  medal  of  honor ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  4,  1863,  with 
rank  from  July  27,  1863,  vice  J.  Cranston, 
died  of  wounds  received  in  action ;  First 
Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  April  9,  1864, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Thomas 
Huggins,  promoted. 

VAUGHN,  ANTHONY  T.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged, 
August  2,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  goth 
Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
2d  Militia,  September  30,  1858,  with  rank 
from  February  5,  1858. 

WALLACE,  LATIMER,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  May  21, 1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu  • 
tenant,  September  i,  1861 ;  discharged,  Oc- 
tober n,  1861 ;  not  commissioned. 

WARTS,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  26  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany C,  May  21,  1861 ;  returned  to  ranks, 
no  date;  detached  on  signal  service  from 
April  30,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  16,  1863,  while  on  de- 
tached service  with  Signal  Corps;  mus- 
tered out,  November  i,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  8,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  I,  1863,  vice  R.  A. 
Gray,  dismissed. 

WHITE,  CHARLES  E. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  declined,  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 30,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  John  W.  Leonard,  dismissed. 

WILCOX,  JOHN  H.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 


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Colonel,  May  21,  1861 ;  discharged,  Novem- 
ber 22,  1861 ;  commissioned  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  2d  Militia,  March  13,  1861,  with 
rank  from  February  19,  1861. 

WILSON,  JAMES  T.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  June  I,  1861 ;  discharged, 
October  13,  1861 ;  not  commissioned. 

WORRALL,  WILLIAM  T.,  late  Captain, 
Shepard  Rifles  (sist  Infantry)  ;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  this 
regiment,  January  I,  1862;  discharged, 
March  20,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  15,  1862,  with  rank  from 
December  25,  1861,  original. 


YOUNG,  FRANCIS  A.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  September  14,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  March  i,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, no  date;  discharged,  March  29,  1863; 
subsequent  service  in  Veteran  Reserve 
Corps;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
January  23,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 12,  1861,  original;  Captain,  February 
24,  1862,  with  rank  from  February  8,  1862, 
vice  L.  Schaffner,  resigned. 

YUSON,  G.  W.,  age  —  years;  enrolled  and 
appointed  Captain,  unassigned,  no  date;  no 
record  of  service ;  reported  missing  cince 
April  — ,  1864;  not  commissioned. 


EIGHTY-THIRD  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Ninth  Militia ;  City  Guard. 

The  gth  State  Militia  not  having  been  ordered  into  service  under  the  first  call,  organized 
in  New  York  city  as  a  regiment  of  volunteers,  under  special  authority  from  the  Wai- 
Department;  and  was  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years  at 
Washington,  D.  C,  June  8,  1861.  Company  K,  recruited  at  Rahway,  N.  J.,  and  armed  as 
artillery,  joined  the  regiment  July  7,  1861,  but  served  mostly  detached  from  it  and  became, 
finally,  the  6th  Battery.  Companies  I  and  L,  recruited  in  New  York  city,  joined  the  regi- 
ment August  25  and  September  24,  1861,  respectively.  In  September,  1861,  the  regiment 
was  turned  over  to  the  State,  and,  December  7,  1861,  it  received  its  volunteer  numerical 
designation.  May  26,  1863,  the  three  years'  men  of  the  26th  Infantry  were  transferred  to 
it.  June  7,  1864,  the  men  not  entitled  to  be  mustered  out  with  the  regiment  were  trans- 
ferred to  the  97th  Infantry. 

The  regiment,  then  eight  companies  only,  recruited  in  New  York  city,  Col.  John  W. 
Stiles,  left  the  State  May  27,  1861 ;  served  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  from  May,  1861 ;  in  Colonel 
Stone's  command,  from  June  10,  1861 ;  in  his  brigade,  Patterson's  command,  from  July  7, 
rS6i ;  in  Hamilton's  Brigade,  Banks'  command,  from  August  17,  1861 ;  in  Stiles'  Brigade, 
Stone's  Division,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  2d,  Abercrombie's,  Brigade, 
ist,  Williams',  Division,  5th  Corps,  from  March,  1862;  in  3d  Brigade,  26.  Division,  Depart- 
ment Rappahannock,  from  May,  1862;  in  same  brigade  and  division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of 
Virginia,  from  June  26,  1862;  in  same  brigade  and  division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac, 
from  September  12,  1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from 
May,  1863;  in  2d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  5th  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  March,  1864; 
in  2d  Brigade,  3d  Division,  5th  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  May  9,  1864;  in  2d  Brigade, 
2d  Division,  5th  Corps,  Army  of  Potomac,  from  May  30  to  June  7,  1864;  and'  it  was  hon- 
orably discharged  and  mustered  out,  under  Lieut-Col.  William  Chalmers,  at  New  York 
city,  June  23,  1864. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  8  officers,  103  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  52  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes, 
2  officers,  89  enlisted  men;  total,  n  officers,  244  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  255;  of  whom 
16  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 
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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Harper's  Ferry,  W.  Va  

1861. 
July            4 
1862. 
April           6 
16 
18 
May             5 
Aug.            9 
Aug.   1  6- 
Sept.     2 
Aug.         22 

4 

Near  Warrenton  Junction,  Va  

Near  Warrenton  Junction,  Va  

Rappahannock  River  and  North  Fork,  Va  
Rappahannock  River,  Va  

i 

4 

Gen  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

Rappahannock  River  

Rappahannock  Station  

23 
28 
30 
Sept.          i 

i 
7 
75 

Thoroughfare  Gap  

5 
39 

Bull  Run    

Little  River  Turnpike  

14 
*7 
Dec.   11-15 
1863. 
April  29- 
May  2 
May        2-3 
July       1-3 
12-13 
Nov.         21 

2 
114 
126 

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82 

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2 

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1  1 

3 
3 

87 
88 

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Chancellorsville,  Va  

i 
58 

2 

4 

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3 

13 

Hagerstown,  Md  

Near  Liberty,  Va  

Nov.        26- 
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1864. 
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8 
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12 
22-26 
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148 

OFFICERS    OF   THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

JOHN    W.    STILES,    from    May  27,    1861, 

to  January  18,  1863. 
JOHN  HENDRICKSON,  from  January  18 

to  August  3,  1863. 
JOSEPH  A.  MOESCH,  from  October  19, 

1863,  to  May  6,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

WILLIAM  H.   HALLECK,    from  May  27, 

1861,  to  January  6,  1862. 
WILLIAM  ATTERBURY,  from  January  7 

to  September  30,  1862. 
ALLAN  RUTHERFORD,  from   October  i 

to  November  25,   1862. 
JOHN   HENDRICKSON,    from    November 

27,  1862,  to  January  18,  1863. 
JOSEPH  A.  MOESCH,  from  January  18  to 

October  19,  1863. 
WILLIAM   CHALMERS,    from    November 

6,  1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 


Majors. 

WILLIAM    ATTERBURY,    from    June    8, 

1861,  to  January  7,  1862. 

ALLAN  RUTHERFORD,   from  January  7 

to  October  i,  1862. 
JOHN   HENDRICKSON,    from   October    i 

to  November  27,  1862. 
DABNEY  W.  DIGGS,  from  January  n  to 

March  20,  1863. 
HENRY  V.   WILLIAMSON,   from   March 

21,  1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

Adjutants. 

JOHN  B.   COPPINGER,   from   May  27  to 

September  I,  1861. 
CHARLES  E.  TUTHILL,  from  September 

i,  1861,  to  October  i,  1862. 
CHARLES   S.   STRONG,    from   October  2 

to  November  i,  1862. 
HENRY    P.    CLARE,    from    November    i, 

1862,  to  June  23,  1864. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


Quartermasters. 
HENRY  L.  STEVENS,  from  May  27,  1861, 

to  July  5,  1862. 
A.  MARTIN  BURTIS,  from  June  2i;  1862, 

to  June  23,  1864. 

Surgeons. 

F.  WILLIS  FISHER,  from  May  27,  1861, 
to . 

JOHN  R.  BIGELOW,  from  June  25  to 
August  17,  1861. 

CHARLES  J.  NORDQUIST,  from  Septem- 
ber 9,  1861,  to  June  23,  1864. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 

HOWARD  PINCKNEY,  from  May  27, 
1861,  to  December  29,  1862. 

SOLOMON  McFARLAND,  from  Septem- 
ber 3  to  October  7,  1862. 

ABRAM  V.  KETCHAM,  from  March  31, 
1863,  to  June  7,  1864. 

WILLARD  OTIS  KURD,  from  May  2  to 
June  7,  1864, 

Chaplains. 
BENJAMIN  T.  PHILLIPS,  from  May  27, 

1861,  to  January  7,  1863. 

ALFRED  C.  ROE,  from  January  , *,  to  June 
7,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
JOSEPH  J.  MORRISON,  from  May  27  to 

July  29,  1861. 
JOHN  DALRYMPLE,  from  August  6,  1861, 

to   May  22,   1862. 
EUGENE   PICKETT,   fnom   May  22,   1862, 

to   January  3,    1863. 
THOMAS  W.  QUIRK,  from  December  31, 

1862,  to  July  i,  1863. 

DAVID    M.    FOSTER,    from    October    23, 

to  December  23,   1863, 
JOHN  M.  K.  CONNOLLY,   from  January 

29  to  May  12,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN    DALRYMPLE,    from    May    27    to 

August  6,  1861. 
EDWARD  H.  ANDREW,  from  August  6, 

1861,  to  February  22,  1862 

EUGENE    PICKETT,    from    March    i    to 

May  22,  1862. 
ISAAC  C.  HUNTINGTON,  from  May  22, 

1862,  to  January  5,  1863. 

JOHN  B.  DOLAN,  from  October  2,  1863, 
to  June  24, 


Second  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD  H.  ANDREW,  from  May  27  to 

August  6,  1861. 
EUGENE  PICKETT,  from  August  6,  1861, 

to  March  I,  1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  KIRBY,  from  March   i  to 

July  22,  1862. 
THOMAS    W.    QUIRK,    from   July   22   to 

December  31,   1862. 
AUGUSTUS   P.   BUTLER,   from   February 

20  to  July  30,  1863. 
JOHN  D.  MOORE,  from  October  21,  1863, 

to  June  24,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

JOHN  DEPPELER,  from  May  27  to  Oc- 
tober 2,  1861. 
JOSEPH  A.   MOESCH,  from  October  11, 

1861,  to  January  18,  1863. 

HENRY  PERRET,  from  October  i,  1863, 
to  June  23,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
LOUIS   BILLON,   from   May  27,   1861,   to 

January  7,  1862. 
FELIX  HIRT,  from  January  10  to  July  — , 

1862. 
ISAAC  E.  HOAGLAND,  from  June  23  to 

September  22,  1862. 
CHARLES  A.  CLARK,  from  December  17, 

1862,  to  July  i,  1863. 

THOMAS  W.  HOWARD,  from  November 

17  to  December  18,  1863. 
FREDERICK  MUNCKE,  from  December 

17,   1863,  to  June  23,   1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

FREDERICK  GUYER,  from  May  27,  1861, 
to  December  12,  1862. 

JOHN  B.  DOLAN,  from  March  i  to  Octo- 
ber 2,  1863. 

EMILE  G.  MARCHAND,  from  October  2, 

1863,  to  Apiril  23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 
CHARLES  E.  PRESCOTT,  from  May  27, 

1861,  to  June  16,  1862. 
JAMES    H.    STEVENS,    from   June    16  to- 

December   13,   1862. 

CYRUS  C.  HUFBARD,  from  October  i, 
1863.  to  June  23,  1864. 


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First  Lieutenants: 

ERASTUS   R.   MILLER,   from  May  27  to 

September  i,  1861. 
WILLIAM  H.   DRAPER,   from  September 

27,  1861,  to  August  23,  1862. 
CYRUS    C.   HUBBARD,    from  August  23, 

1862,  to  October  i,  1863. 

GEORGE    O.    HIRST,    from    October    21, 

1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  H.  DRAPER,  from  May  27  to 

September  27,   1861. 
JAMES   H.    STEVENS,   from   October   12, 

1861,  to  June  16,  1862. 

CYRUS  C.   HUBBARD,   from  June   16  to 

August  23,   1862. 
DAVID   M.   FOSTER,   from  December   13, 

1862,  to  October  23,  1863. 

JACOB    F.    MUNSON,    from    October    21, 

1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains-' 
JOHN   W.   DAVIS,  from  May  27  to   July 

31,   1861. 
EDMUND   R.    GREENE,    from   August   5, 

1861,  to  May  22,  1862. 

RALPH     AUGUSTUS     LANNING,    from 

May  22  to  December  12,  1862. 
FREDERICK  GUYER,  from  December  12, 

1862,  to  September  21,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

EDMUND  R.  GREENE,  from  May  27,  1861, 
to  August  5,  1861. 

JAMES  B.  VAN  BEUREN,  from  August 
5,  1861,  to  January  13,  1862. 

RALPH  AUGUSTUS  LANNING,  from 
January  17  to  May  22,  1862. 

HENRY  P.  CLARE,  from  May  22  to  No- 
vember i,  1862. 

HENRY  PERRET,  from  March  i,  1863,  to 
Octo^r  i,  1863. 

FRANK  PAGE,  from  October  21,  1863,  to 
June  23,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  B.  VAN  BEUREN,  from  May  27 

to  August  5,  1861. 
WILLIAM    S.    STRYKER,    from    July    I, 

1861,  to  December  10,  1863. 
CHARLES  M.  REYNOLDS,  from  January 

7  to  May  8,  1864. 


OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 

HENRY  C.  SMITH,  from  May  27  to  No- 
vember 28,  1861. 
EDWARD   SHANLEY,   from  December  9, 

1861,  to  December   12,   1862. 
LAWRENCE  M.  WHITNEY,   from  Octo- 
ber i,  1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  S.  BROOKS,  from  May  27  to  Oc- 
tober 13,  1861. 

WILLIAM  P.  GALBRAITH,  from  October 
12,  1861,  to  February  22,  1862. 

FRANK  C.  ALGER,  from  March  i  to  Sep- 
tember 21,  1862. 

LAWRENCE  M.  WHITNEY,  from  Janu- 
ary 8  to  October  i,  1863. 

THOMAS  W.  HOWARD,  from  December 
18,  1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  P.  GALBRAITH,  from  May  27, 
1861,  to  October  2,  1861. 

EDWARD  SHANLEY,  from  November  i 
to  December  9,  1861. 

THOMAS  LAYTON,  from  December  9, 
1861,  to  December  15,  1862. 

WILLIAM  J.  BARNES,  from  February  20 
to  October  7,  1863. 

EDWIN  FRANK  JORDAN,  from  Decem- 
ber 17,  1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
ALLAN    RUTHERFORD,    from    May    27, 

1861,  to  January  7,  1862. 
ANGUS  CAMERON,  from  January  7,  1862, 

to  April  23,   1863. 

JACOB  JACOBS,  from  October  21,  1863, 
to  June  23,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  R.  BRAINE,  from  May  27  to 
October  12,  1861. 

ANGUS  CAMERON,  from  November  21, 
1861,  to  January  7,  1862. 

ROBERT  G.  RUTHERFORD,  from  Janu- 
ary 7  to  November  i,  1862. 

JACOB  JACOBS,  from  December  27,  1862, 
to  October  21,  1863. 

HENRY  E.  BUERMEYER,  from  October 
21,  1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 

ANGUS  CAMERON,  from  May  27  to  No- 
vember 21,  1861. 

ROBERT  G.  RUTHERFORD,  from  No- 
vember 19,  1861,  to  January  7,  1862. 

CHARLES  S.  STRONG,  from  January  7 
to  October  2,  1862. 

ROBERT  F.  COOK,  from  October  21, 
1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

WILLIAM  ATTERBURY,  from  May  27 
to  June  8,  1861. 

JOHN  HENDRICKSON,  from  July  I,  1861, 
to  October  i,  1862. 

ROBERT  G.  RUTHERFORD,  from  No- 
vember i,  1862,  to  February  26,  1863. 

THOMAS  W.  THORNE,  from  October  2, 
1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  HENDRICKSON,  from  May  27  to 

July  i,  1861. 
JOSEPH  D.  WICKHAM,  from  July  29  to 

December  19,  1861. 
MATHEW  S.  GREGORY,  from  December 

22,  1861,  to  July  21,  1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  TERWILLIGER,  from  July 

21,  1862,  to  January  i,  1863. 
THOMAS  W.  THORNE,  from  October  i 

to  October  2,  1863. 

WILLIAM  S.  MORRIS,  from  October  21, 
1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOSEPH  D.  WICKHAM,  from  May  27  to 

July  29,  1861. 
DAVID    W.   ANDERSON,    from   July   29, 

1861,  to  October  19,  1862. 
THOMAS   W.   THORNE,   from  December 

17,  1862,  to  October  I,  1863. 
FRANCIS    F.   CARTER,   from   October   2, 

1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 

Captains: 

GEORGE  TUTHILL,  from  May  27  to  No- 
vember 21,  1861. 

JOHN  T.  LOCKMAN,  from  November  25, 
1861,  to  September  22,  1862. 

ISAAC   E.   HOAGLAND,   from   September 

22,  1862,  to  January  7,   1863. 


HENRY  A.  VAN  PELT,  from  October  2, 

1863,  to  April  15,  1864. 
HENRY   C   BARNUM,   from  April    16  to 

June   23,    1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  T.  LOCKMAN,  from  May  27  to  No- 
vember 25,  1861. 

ISAAC  P.  LOCKMAN,  from  November  27, 
1861,  to  June  24,  1862. 

FELIX  HIRT,  from  July  —  to  December 
13,  1862. 

DEWITT  CLINTON  HAMMOND,  from 
December  29,  1862,  to  February  i,  1863. 

HENRY  A.  VAN  PELT,  from  February  i 
to  October  2,  1863. 

HENRY  C.  BARNUM,  from  January  i  to 
April  16,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  E.  TUTHILL,  from  May  27  to 
September  i,  1861. 

JOHN  CLEMENTS,  from  October  3,  1861, 
to  November  i,  1862. 

DEWITT  CLINTON  HAMMOND,  from 
November  7  to  December  29,  1862. 

AUGUSTUS  P.  BUTLER,  from  Novem- 
ber 27,  1863,  to  June  23,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

PETER  J.  CLAASSEN,  from  July  17,  1861, 
to  May  22,  1862. 

ENO  J.  CLASSEN,  from  May  22  to  No- 
vember 30,  1862. 

WILLIAM  J.  BARNES,  from  October  7, 
1863,  to  January  5,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  H.  WHEATON,  from  July  17  to 

December  i,  1861. 
ENO    J.    CLASSEN,    from    December    21, 

1861,  to  May  22,   1862. 
GEORGE  E.  ALLEN,  from  May  22,   1862, 

to  February  28,  1863. 
BENJAMIN    F.    BOWNE,    from    October 

21,  1863,  to  June  25,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ENO   J.   CLASSEN,   from  July   17  to   De- 
cember 21,   1861. 
GEORGE   E.  ALLEN,   from  December  21, 

1 86 1,  to   May  22,   1862. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


JULIAN  E.  ALLIEN,  from  May  22  to  Oc- 
tober 10,  1862. 

THOMAS  HIGGS,  from  December  17,  1863, 
to  February  5,  1864. 

JOHN  W.  McCORT,  from  February  i  to 
June  29,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  L. 
Captains: 

ERASTUS  R.  MILLER,  from  September  i, 
1 86 1,  to  September  20,  1862. 

HENRY  V.  WILLIAMSON,  from  Septem- 
ber 21,  1862,  to  March  21,  1863. 

JOHN  M.  K.  CONNOLLY,  from  October 
21,  1863,  to  January  29,  1864. 

JOHN  J.  VAN  ALST,  JR.,  from  January 
29  to  June  23,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
A.  MARTIN  BURTIS,  from  September  4, 

1861,  to  June  21,  1862. 
ANDREW   B.    STILES,    from   July   21    to 

December  28,  1862. 
JOHN  M.  K.  CONNOLLY,  from  February 

15  to  October  21,  1863. 
JOHN   J.   VAN   ALST,  JR.,   from  October 

21,  1863,  to  January  29,  1864. 
THOMAS    HIGGS,    from    February    5    to 

June  23,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
ANDREW  B.  STILES,  from  September  i, 

1861,  to  July  21,  1862. 

HENRY  V.  WILLIAMSON,  from  July  21 

to  September  21,   1862. 
FITZHUGH    SMITH,   from   December   20, 

1862,  to  June  20,  1863. 

HENRY    C.    BARNUM,    from    October    i, 

1863,  to  January  i,  1864. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

WINSLOW,  GORDON,  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon. 

HAMMOND,  DEWITT  CLINTON,  as 
Captain. 

BUTLER,  AUGUSTUS  P.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

McKENZIE,  GERALD  L.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

OSGOOD,  HENRY,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

WATSON,  FREDERICK  A.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 


BARBER,  CHARLES  N.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

CROFTS,  MARRIOTT  N.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

DAVIS,  ROBERT  H.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

DENIN,  JAMES,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

HENNEL,  JOHN  A.,  as  Second'  Lieutenant. 

NORMAN,  JOHN  A.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

ROBERTS,  WILLIAM  H.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

VAN  NORDEN,  SAMUEL  J.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

BREVET  COMMISSIONS  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS, GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
OF  THE  STATE  TO  ENLISTED  MEN  AS 
FOLLOWS  : 

VAN  SCHAICK,  DUNELLE,  Private, 
Company  E,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

SPAULDING,  CHARLES  F.,  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officerf. 

ALGER,  FRANK  C.,  age  25  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
E,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, November  14,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  March  i,  1862;  dismissed, 
September  14,  1862;  order  of  dismissal 
revoked,  October  13,  1870,  and  honorably 
discharged,  to  date  September  21,  1862; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  March  10, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  22,  1862, 
vice  W.  P.  Galbraith,  resigned. 

ALLEN,  GEORGE  E.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  July  17,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  21,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, May  22,  1862 ;  wounded  in  action,  De- 
cember 13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ; 
discharged  for  disability,  February  28, 
1863 ;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  June 
14,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  22,  1862, 
vice  E.  J.  Classen,  promoted. 

ALLIEN,  JULIAN  E.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany D,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  May  22,  1862 ;  dis- 


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charged,  October  10,  1862 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  14,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  22,  1862,  vice  G.  E.  Allen, 
promoted. 

ANDERSON,  DAVID  W.,  age  40  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  29,  1861 ;  discharged,  October 
19,  1862;  not  commissioned. 

ANDREW,  EDWARD  H.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  May  27,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  6,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, February  22,  1862 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

ATTERBURY,  WILLIAM,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Major,  June 

8,  1861 ;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  7, 
1862 ;     discharged,     September    30,     1862 ; 
commissioned    Captain,   9th   Militia,   April 
25,  1861,  with  rank  of  same  date,  original; 
not    commissioned    Major;    commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  7,    1862,   vice  William 
H.  Halleck,  deceased. 

BARBER,  CHARLES  N.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, March  9,  1862;  Sergeant,  March  i, 
1863;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  February 

9,  1864;  killed  in  action,  May  10,  1864,  at 
Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered,   Second   Lieutenant,   April  29,   1864, 
with  rank  from  April  15,  1864,  vice  A.  P. 
Butler,   promoted. 

BARNES,  WILLIAM  J.,  age  20  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal 
and  Color  Bearer,  in  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  Feb- 
ruary 20,  1863 ;  captured  in  action,  July 
i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  escaped,  no 
date ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  I, 
October  7,  1863 ;  discharged,  January  5, 
1865 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  12,  1863,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 2,  1863,  vice  T.  Layton,  died  of 
wounds  received  in  action;  Captain,  Oc- 


tober 7,  1863,  with  rank  from  October   i, 

1863,  vice  H.  V.  Williamson,  promoted. 
BARNUM,  HENRY  C,  age  23  years;   en- 
rolled  at   New   York   city   to   serve   three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany   L,     September    9,     1861 ;    promoted 
Sergeant,    July    i,    1862;    First    Sergeant, 
July  i,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  i,  1863;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  January  i,  1864;  as  Cap- 
tain,  April    16,    1864;    mustered    out   with 
company,    June    23,    1864,    at    New    York 
city;     commissioned     Second     Lieutenant, 
October  7,  1863,  with  rank  from  October 
i,    1863,   vice  F.    Smith,  discharged ;   First 
Lieutenant,   January   22,    1864,    with    rank 
from  January  i,  1864,  vice  F.  A.  Watson, 
declined;    Captain,    April    29,    1864,    with 
rank  from  April  15,  1864,  vice  H.  A.  Van 
Pelt,   resigned. 

BIGELOW,  JOHN  R.,  age  54  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
June  25,  1861 ;  discharged,  August  17, 
1861 ;  commissioned  Surgeon,  December 
20,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  25,  1861, 
original. 

BILLON,  LOUIS,  age  37  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany B,  May  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  Jan- 
uary 7,  1862;  not  commissioned. 

BOWNE,  BENJAMIN  F,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany I,  July  17,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
December  21,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md., 
December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va., 
and  July  i,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  October  21, 
1863 ;  wounded  in  action,  May  10,  1864,  at 
Spotsylvania,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  June  25, 

1864,  at    New    York   city;    commissioned 
First    Lieutenant,    October    7,    1863,    with 
rank  from  October  i,  1863,  vice  J.  M.  K. 
Connolly,  promoted. 

BRAINE,  CHARLES  R.,  age  22  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  May  27,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  12,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

BROOKS,  HENRY  S.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 


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years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  E,  May  27,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  13,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

BUERMEYER,  HENRY  E.,  age  22  years ; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany F,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
January  7,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant, .  October  21,  1863 ;  wounded 
in  action,  May  10,  1864,  at  Laurel  Hill, 
Va. ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
23,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  October  7,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  i,  1863,  vice  C.  A. 
Clark,  killed  in  action. 

BURTIS,  A.  MARTIN,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  7th  N.  Y.  State  Militia, 
April  26,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled  September  i,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  L,  this 
regiment,  September  4,  1861 ;  appointed 
Quartermaster,  June  21,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  23,  1864,  at  New 
York  city ;  not  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
and  Quartermaster,  August  30,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  21,  1862,  vice  Henry  L. 
Stevens,  deceased. 

BUTLER,  AUGUSTUS  P.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal 
and  Sergeant,  no  dates;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  February 
20,  1863;  discharged,  July  30,  1863;  again 
enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  November  27, 
1863 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
23,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent 
service  in  U.  S.  Veteran  Volunteers ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary II,  1863,  with  rank  from  December 
31,  1862,  vice  T.  W.  Quirk,  promoted;  re- 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 9,  1863,  with  rank  from  October  22, 

1863,  vice    W.    S.    Stryker,   promoted   in 
U.   S.  Volunteer  Signal  Corps;  commis- 
sioned,   not    mustered,    First    Lieutenant, 
April  29,  1864,  with  rank  from  April   15, 

1864,  vice    H.    C.   Barnum,  promoted. 


CAMERON,  ANGUS,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  May  27,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  November  21, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  January  7, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  December  13, 
1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  discharged 
for  disability  from  wounds,  April  23,  1863; 
not  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant  nor 
First  Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain, 
January  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
7,  1862,  vice  A.  Rutherford,  promoted. 

CARTER,  FRANCIS  F.,  age  26  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany A,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
September  25,  1862;  First  Sergeant,  De- 
cember 13,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  October  2,  1863 ; 
wounded  in  action,  May  8,  1864,  at  Laurel 
Hill,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  to  date  June  23, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  15,  1863,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 2,  1863,  vice  J.  B.  Dolan,  promoted. 

CHALMERS,  WILLIAM,  late  Captain,  32d 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, this  regiment,  November  6,  1863 ; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  June  23, 
1864,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  October  15,  1863,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  A.  Moesch, 
promoted. 

CLAASSEN,  PETER  J.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  July  17,  1861 ;  discharged,  May  22, 
1862;  subsequent  service  in  I32d  Infantry; 
commissioned  Captain,  gth  Militia,  July 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  July  16,  1861, 
original. 

CLARE,  HENRY  P.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  August  5,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  May  22,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md. ;  mustered  in  as  Adjutant,  November 
i,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  May  12,  1864, 
at  Spottsylvania,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  June  23,  1864,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  June 
14,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  22,  1862, 
vice  R.  A.  Lanning,  promoted;  Adjutant, 


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February  23,  1863,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember i,  1862,  vice  C.  S.  Strong,  re- 
signed. 

CLARK,  CHARLES  A.,  age  23  years;  ne- 
rolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  May  27,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant, 
no  date;  wounded  in  action,  September 
17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  Decem- 
ber 17,  1862;  killed  in  action,  July  i,  1863, 
at  Gettysburg,  Pa. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  27,  1862,  vice  I.  E.  Hoag- 
land,  promoted. 

CLASSEN,  ENO  J.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  July  17,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  December  21,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, May  22,  1862;  dropped  from  the 
rolls  for  absence  without  leave,  Novem- 
ber 30,  1862 ;  not  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  nor  First  Lieutenant ;  com- 
missioned Captain,  June  14,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  22,  1862,  vice  P.  J.  Claas- 
sen,  resigned. 

CLEMENTS,  JOHN,  age  39  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany H,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  3,  1861 ;  discharged,  No- 
vember i,  1862;  not  commissioned. 

CONNOLLY,  JOHN  M.  K.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  October  7,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  L,  February  15,  1863; 
as  Captain,  October  21,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  January  29,  1864; 
killed  in  action,  May  12,  1864,  at  Laurel 
Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  14,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  28,  1862,  vice  A.  B.  Stiles,  re- 
signed; Captain,  October  7,  1863,  with, 
rank  from  October  i,  1863,  vice  E.  J. 
Classen,  dropped  from  rolls. 

COOK,  ROBERT  F.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, Sergeant  and  First  Sergeant,  in 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  December  13, 
1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  Octo- 


ber 21,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  23,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  com-i 
missioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October  7, 

1863,  with  rank  from  October  i,  1863,  vice 
D.  M.  Foster,  promoted. 

COPPINGER,  JOHN  B.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Adjutant,  May  27,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, September  i,  1861 ;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

CROFTS,  MARRIOTT  N.,  late  Captain, 
4Oth  Infantry;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, declined,  Second  Lieutenant,  this 
regiment,  January  22,  1864,  with  rank 
from  January  21,  1864,  vice  T.  Higgs, 
promoted. 

DALRYMPLE,  JOHN,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, August  6,  i86"i ;  discharged,  May  22, 
1862 ;  not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant ; 
commissioned  Captain,  August  15,  1862, 
with  rank  from  August  i,  1861. 

DAVIS,  JOHN  W.,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  D, 
May  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  July  31,  1861 ; 
commissioned  Captain,  9th  Militia,  Oc- 
tober 10,  1859,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 16,  1859,  original. 

DAVIS,  ROBERT  H.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled August  12,  1862,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  L,  August  18,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  H,  97th  Infantry,  June 
7,  1864;  discharged  for  disability,  May  20, 
1865,  at  Hospital,  York,  Pa. ;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  18,  1864,  with  rank  from  April  15, 

1864,  vice  M.   N.   Crofts,  declined. 
DENIN,  JAMES,  age  23  years;  enrolled  at 

New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company  H, 
May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  De- 
cember 10,  1861 ;  discharged,  February  14, 
1863;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  de- 
clined, Second  Lieutenant,  February  6, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  I,  1863, 
vice  W.  H.  Roberts,  declined. 
DEPPELER,  JOHN,  age  33  years ;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  ye-ars, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  B, 
May  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  October  2, 


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1861;  commissioned  Captain,  Qth  Militia, 
February  26,  1861,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 16,  1861,  vice  H.  L.  Roberts,  re- 
signed. 

DIGGS,  DABNEY  W.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, September  10,  1861 ;  discharged, 
May  30,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Captain, 
53d  Infantry;  transferred  to  I32d  In- 
fantry, September  10,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Major,  this  regiment,  January  u,  1863; 
discharged  for  disability,  March  20,  1863 ; 
commissioned  Major,  December  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  November  27,  1862,  vice 
J.  Hendrickson,  promoted. 

DO  LAN,  JOHN  B.,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
May  21,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  May  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
January  2,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  March  i,  1863; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  October 
2,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  24,  1864,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  February 
12,  1863,  with  rank  from  December  18, 
1862,  vice  J.  A.  Norman,  declined;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  15,  1863,  with  rank 
from  October  2,  1863,  vice  H.  A.  Van  Pelt, 
promoted. 

DRAPER,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  40  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  May  27,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  September  27,  1861 ;  dis- 
missed, August  23,  1862;  order  of  dis-